[ UK /skwˈiːlɐ/ ]
  1. one who reveals confidential information in return for money
  2. domestic swine
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How To Use squealer In A Sentence

  • I'm not a rat fink squealer! You think I'm going to tell you anything that would put my friends at risk?
  • Singers and non-singers alike, including shouters, groaners, moaners and squealers, can all join in.
  • A rumour went round that Snowball had after all contrived to introduce poison into Napoleon's food. At eleven o'clock Squealer came out to make another announcement.
  • Everyone knew there was no bigger squealer than a gossipmonger.
  • * A stool-pigeon is a thief in the pay of the police; a squealer is a grafter who betrays his brother. American Sketches 1908
  • And even if they killed him now, Brennan and the "Gallant kid" would know that he died trying to protect them, that he wasn't a contemptible "squealer" after all. Spring Street A Story of Los Angeles
  • This, however, he promptly refused to do -- he was no "squealer," and indicated as much to The Financier, a novel
  • When my grandmother was still able to cook a large meal my granddad and I would go catch about 50 "squealer" catfish. The Fried Fish Debate
  • But the horrors of life in prison for the "squealer" were thoroughly familiar to him when he elected to do what he could to atone for his crime. True Stories of Crime From the District Attorney's Office
  • MIDRAND, South Africa April 7 (Reuter) - Nelson Mandela on Thursday dismissed white President F. W de Klerk as a "squealer" of South Africa's election campaign and his National Party (NP) as the mouse. ANC Daily News Briefing
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