Antonyms for peached

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You see the boy has not peached upon his father, and has convicted himself.

One of them was caught, trying to sell some of the things, and he peached, and they jugged them all.

The tailor must have turned traitor and peached after having received his money.

It was Moses the pawnbroker that peached: I had the news from him myself.'

I'd promote the men that peached, and make the beggars their own warders.

She quickly managed to wriggle confidences out of Leclerc concerning the Josephine-Charles connection, then peached.

I always hated Jim's eyes, yet I wouldn't have peached on him, nor done nothing to hurt him.

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?

Mrs Dick told her not to talk in that way of her master, but to find out if any of the men had peached.

Dark deeds were done here at times, and no man "peached" upon his fellows.