Word Of The Week: Snitch


Word Of The Week: Snitch

 

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snitch

noun
  1.  
    an informer.
    “they thought he was a plant or a snitch”

Definition of snitch for English Language Learners

  • : a person who tells someone in authority (such as the police or a teacher) about something wrong that someone has done :someone who snitches.

Examples of snitch in a Sentence

  1. several men were sentenced to prison based on the now-questionable testimony of a jailhouse snitch

First Known Use of snitch

1801

Source: Word of the week: Jurisprudence.

Play▶Tupac – Where Do We Go From Here🎶

THE WHISTLE-BLOWER AND/VERSUS THE SNITCH

CUI BONO: WHO BENEFITS AND WHO LOSES AND HOW?

Whistle-blowers typically have far more to lose than to gain; whereas snitches typically have far more to gain than to lose

 

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