Definition of Snitcher

1. Noun. A thief who steals without using violence.

Exact synonyms: Pilferer, Sneak Thief
Generic synonyms: Stealer, Thief
Specialized synonyms: Wharf Rat
Derivative terms: Pilfer, Snitch

2. Noun. Someone acting as an informer or decoy for the police.
Exact synonyms: Canary, Fink, Sneak, Sneaker, Snitch, Stool Pigeon, Stoolie, Stoolpigeon
Generic synonyms: Betrayer, Blabber, Informer, Rat, Squealer
Derivative terms: Fink, Snitch, Snitch

Definition of Snitcher

1. one that snitches [n -S] - See also: snitches

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Snitcher

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

Literary usage of Snitcher

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1. Raymond Mhlaba's Personal Memoirs: Reminiscing from Rwanda and Uganda by Raymond Mhlaba, Thembeka Mufamadi, Human Sciences Research Council, Robben Island Museum (2001)
"We wrote to Advocate Harry snitcher who was based in Cape Town. ... snitcher was also a member of the Party. He was sympathetic to our case. ..."

2. A Glossary of Words Used in the Neighbourhood of Sheffield by Sidney Oldall Addy (1888)
"A large stone on the right-hand side of the road, just above the inn at Hollow Meadows, is called The Snip. It means ' the cut-off piece.' snitcher, sb. the ..."

3. Probate Reports Annotated: Containing Recent Cases of General Value Decided by Frank Sumner Rice, George Ansel Clement, William Lawrence Clark (1902)
"snitcher, 14 NJ Law, 53.) The words " residue of my estate," though words of sufficient breadth to ... snitcher, supra; Bullard v. Gaffe, 20 Pick. 252. ..."

4. A History of Vagrants and Vagrancy, and Beggars and Begging by Charles James Ribton-Turner (1887)
"... the snitcher follows the loser, and asks him what he will give him (the snitcher) if he puts him in the way of recovering his money? PRAD" BORROWERS. ..."

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