Now, the stool-pigeon in this trick is a swell English crook.
He'd tell them why some day and they'd know that Tim Murphy wasn't no "stool-pigeon."
If there were no thieves, where would the stool-pigeon and detective find their profits?
Do you take me fer a stool-pigeon, to go into such a deal with my eyes blinded?
Among them Annouchka had the ignoble nickname, "Stool-pigeon."
Burke's account of the plot in which the stool-pigeon had been the agent offered too many complications.
You are right; they fooled us on a stool-pigeon; this whole thing was a put-up job.
A stool-pigeon consorts with criminals, that he may overhear their plans, and betray them to the police.
He was a humane man, and in spite of his belief in the stool-pigeon system, he introduced good things into Sing Sing.
If some stool-pigeon tips him off to the police, and he is sent to stir, he invariably suspects the wrong person.