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snitch

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of snitch

  1. to give information (as to the authorities) about another's improper or unlawful activities the prison gang had its own ways of dealing with those inmates who snitched Synonyms of 1snitch fink, grass (on) [British slang], inform, rat (on), sing, snitch, split (on) [British], squeak, talk, tell (on)Words Related to 1snitch betray, give away, turn in; backstab, cross, double-cross, sell (out), two-time; blab, tattle; tip (off)


snitch

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of snitch

  1. to take (something) without right and with an intent to keep snitched some paper from the office supply room for use with her printer at home Synonyms of 2snitch appropriate, boost [slang], filch, heist, hook, lift, misappropriate, nick [British slang], nip, pilfer, pinch, pocket, purloin, rip off, snitch, swipe, thieveWords Related to 2snitch burglarize, knock over, rob; loot, pillage, plunder, sack; carjack, hijack (also highjack); pick, rifle; poach, rustle, shoplift; collar, grab, grasp, nail, seize, snatch, take; mooch, sponge; abduct, kidnap, shanghai, spiritNear Antonyms of 2snitch buy, purchase; bestow, contribute, donate, give, hand over, present


snitch

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of snitch

  1. a person who provides information about another's wrongdoing several men were sentenced to prison based on the now-questionable testimony of a jailhouse snitch Synonyms of snitch betrayer, canary [slang], deep throat, fink, informant, nark [British], rat, rat fink, informer, snitcher, squealer, stoolie, stool pigeon, talebearer, tattler, tattletale, telltale, whistle-blowerWords Related to snitch collaborator; blabber, blabbermouth, gossip, gossiper, leaker; snoop, snooper, spy; notifier



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