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How to use squealer in a sentence

I mean among those who honestly think Larry has turned stool and squealer.
CHILDREN OF THE WHIRLWINDLEROY SCOTT
What Ive told of my own affairs doesnt concern them, and I will claim that Ive never yet played the squealer on any other chap.
THE NEW BOYS AT OAKDALEMORGAN SCOTT
Pee-Wee is a bit of a stoic, while his sister shows a tendency to prove a bit of a squealer.
THE PRAIRIE MOTHERARTHUR STRINGER
He was despised by the other convicts, for he was a "squealer."
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A THIEFHUTCHINS HAPGOOD
I know a boy's code of honor, and how he regards a 'squealer.'
A BOY KNIGHTMARTIN J. (MARTIN JEROME) SCOTT
I know; but Stacey has my note for the rest of the money, and I dont propose to be a squealer, Gordon.
THE LUCKY SEVENTHRALPH HENRY BARBOUR
My accomplice, the heeler, was a sure thing grafter, who had selected me because I had the requisite nerve and was no squealer.
THE AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A THIEFHUTCHINS HAPGOOD
Mother Graymouse sat in her rocking-chair singing to little Squealer.
GRAND-DADDY WHISKERS, M.D.NELLIE M. LEONARD
"Squealer and Squawker both went into the heap that time, I guess," said Rudolf.
THE WONDERFUL BEDGERTRUDE KNEVELS
It hurt him, to think that he should be taken for a "squealer."
DICK HAMILTON'S CADET DAYSHOWARD R. GARIS
SYNONYM OF THE DAY
OCTOBER 26, 1985
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WORDS RELATED TO SQUEALER

  • betrayer
  • blabbermouth
  • canary
  • deceiver
  • deep throat
  • double-crosser
  • fink
  • informant
  • informer
  • narc
  • nark
  • rat
  • sneak
  • snitch
  • snitcher
  • source
  • squealer
  • stool pigeon
  • stoolie
  • tattler
  • tattletale
  • tipster
  • turncoat
  • whistle-blower
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