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Never told the old parson where they were; never peached upon old Fagin.
But he had a wide knowledge of what we term the thieves' catacombs, and, well, he 'peached' on the big fellow.
HALF A CHANCEFREDERIC S. ISHAM
Peached on himself like a d—— fool and give everything dead away.
THE UNDERDOGF. HOPKINSON SMITH
Often a gun whose position has remained a secret for a long time was discovered because the gun itself "peached."
INVENTIONS OF THE GREAT WARA. RUSSELL (ALEXANDER RUSSELL) BOND
For the sake of Intelligence we must take 22 other measures, and have him peached the next Session without her Consent.
It was Moses the pawnbroker that peached: I had the news from him myself.'
BARRY LYNDONWILLIAM MAKEPEACE THACKERAY
Inspee peached on us to Mother, saying we ran on in front of her.
A YOUNG GIRL'S DIARYAN ANONYMOUS YOUNG GIRL
I'd promote the men that peached, and make the beggars their own warders.
It would appear that the sailors got drunk and "peached" in a most grotesque way.
LOOKING SEAWARD AGAINWALTER RUNCIMAN
That was why he got peached on—' Here Spotty turned his head with a jerk—'What are you looking at me through that thing for?
THE UTTERMOST FARTHINGR. AUSTIN FREEMAN

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