[ US /ˈɫikɝ/ ]
[ UK /lˈiːkɐ/ ]
  1. a surreptitious informant
    the president wanted to know who the leakers were
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How To Use leaker In A Sentence

  • Bush "authorizes" this leak at a time that he is claiming that if he ever finds the leaker, he will basically fire him, meaning himself. OpEdNews - Quicklink: On Monday, Bush Admitted That he Lied About Leaking a Lie to Smear Someone Who Revealed the Truth About His Lying
  • This grandma is entering her autumn years, too, but her horizon is bleaker. Michelle Chen: How the Global "Gray Wave" Crashes Through Closed Borders
  • But it warns the outlook this year is much bleaker, particularly in retailing. Times, Sunday Times
  • They'll insist that the "leakers" were Democrats who must have known something and were sitting on the information to use as an October surprise. Greg Saunders: "Playing Politics" With Predatorgate
  • The ACLU has taken the position (and I am sure it will soon be echoed around the left wng of the blogosphere) that the leakers are heroes and whistleblowers. Balloon Juice » 2005 » December
  • the president wanted to know who the leakers were
  • Not least because it comes at a time when the outlook for recruiters has rarely looked bleaker. Times, Sunday Times
  • His chances of career survival are made bleaker by his transparent and clumsy attempts to turn himself into the victim.
  • But here, too, recent analysis presents a bleaker picture than that of the traditional liberal view.
  • At the same time, despite the fact that the leakers are presumably privy to some or all of the grand jury testimony so far, they're either unable or unwilling to provide any genuinely juicy leaks.
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