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  • verbsteal
  • verbinform

synonyms for snitched

  • burglarize
  • defraud
  • embezzle
  • heist
  • keep
  • lift
  • loot
  • pickpocket
  • pilfer
  • pillage
  • pinch
  • plunder
  • poach
  • remove
  • shoplift
  • swipe
  • take
  • carry off
  • hold up
  • make off with
  • rip off
  • walk off with
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antonyms for snitched

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  • give
  • offer
  • receive
  • release
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How to use snitched in a sentence

“I snitched him,” Gertrude confided to Margaret some days later,—her whole being radiant and transfigured with happiness.
TURN ABOUT ELEANORETHEL M. KELLEY
So he crept up behind the tree, thinking he could grab the hat away, but the cow heard him, and almost snitched him with one horn.
JACKO AND JUMPO KINKYTAILHOWARD R. GARIS
Youse've got a pocketful now youse snitched to-night dat youse are tryin' to do me out of.
THE ADVENTURES OF JIMMIE DALEFRANK L. PACKARD
Somebody snitched though, so the last I heard of him he was doing a twenty-year stretch.
SLIPPY MCGEE, SOMETIMES KNOWN AS THE BUTTERFLY MANMARIE CONWAY OEMLER
I snitched it from a folder put out by the Hawaiian Promotion Society.
A YANKEE IN THE FAR EASTGEORGE HOYT ALLEN
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OCTOBER 26, 1985
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