Definition of Snitchers

1. snitcher [n] - See also: snitcher



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snitchers

snipy
snirt
snirted
snirting
snirtle
snirtled
snirtles
snirtling
snirts
snit
snit-fit
snit fit
snitch
snitched
snitcher
snitchers (current term)
snitches
snitching
snite
snites
snithe
snithy
snits
snittier
snittiest
snitty
snive
snivel
sniveled
sniveler

Literary usage of Snitchers

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Redirection of High-school Instruction by Herbert Galen Lull (1921)
"And yet they did not take advantage of each other. There was little quibbling over small things. "snitchers," " tattle-talers" and ..."

2. The Redirection of High-school Instruction by Herbert Galen Lull (1921)
"And yet they did not take advantage of each other. There was little quibbling over small things. "snitchers," " tattle-talers" and ..."

3. Heavens by Louis Untermeyer (1922)
"He will discover for you that the booboisie as well as the vice- crusaders, smut-hounds, snitchers and members of the BPOE, scent something pleasurable in ..."

4. A History of Vagrants and Vagrancy, and Beggars and Begging by Charles James Ribton-Turner (1887)
"... the little, description of, description of, 628 snitchers, description of, 628 Soke, right nature of, 11«. Soldiers begging to carry certificates, 67, ..."

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