snitch

Snitch vs Betrayer - What's the difference?

snitch | betrayer |


As nouns the difference between snitch and betrayer

is that snitch is a thief while betrayer is someone who betrays, or reveals confidential information; a squealer or informer.

As a verb snitch

is to steal, quickly and quietly.

Theft vs Snitch - What's the difference?

theft | snitch |


As nouns the difference between theft and snitch

is that theft is the act of stealing property while snitch is a thief.

As a verb snitch is

to steal, quickly and quietly.

Snitch vs Dob - What's the difference?

snitch | dob |


As verbs the difference between snitch and dob

is that snitch is to steal, quickly and quietly while dob is to report (a person) to someone in authority for a wrongdoing or dob can be (intransitive|sometimes|humorous) in the scouting movement, to chant dob to indicate that one will do one's best to follow the scouting laws.

As nouns the difference between snitch and dob

is that snitch is a thief while dob is a small amount of something, especially paste.

As an initialism dob is

date of birth.

Snitch vs Report - What's the difference?

snitch | report |


As nouns the difference between snitch and report

is that snitch is a thief while report is report (all senses).

As a verb snitch

is to steal, quickly and quietly.

Liar vs Snitch - What's the difference?

liar | snitch |


As nouns the difference between liar and snitch

is that liar is one who tells lies while snitch is a thief.

As a verb snitch is

to steal, quickly and quietly.

Snitch vs Tattle - What's the difference?

snitch | tattle |


In lang=en terms the difference between snitch and tattle

is that snitch is to inform on while tattle is to chatter.

As verbs the difference between snitch and tattle

is that snitch is to steal, quickly and quietly while tattle is (pejorative) to report others' wrongdoings or violations; to tell on somebody; to gossip or to disclose incriminating information.

As nouns the difference between snitch and tattle

is that snitch is a thief while tattle is a tattletale.

Snitch vs Squeal - What's the difference?

snitch | squeal |


As verbs the difference between snitch and squeal

is that snitch is to steal, quickly and quietly while squeal is to scream by making a shrill, prolonged sound.

As nouns the difference between snitch and squeal

is that snitch is a thief while squeal is a high-pitched sound, as a scream of a child, or noisy worn-down brake pads.

Opp vs Snitch - What's the difference?

opp | snitch |


As a proper noun opp

is a city in alabama.

As a verb snitch is

to steal, quickly and quietly.

As a noun snitch is

a thief.

Snitch vs Filch - What's the difference?

snitch | filch | Related terms |

Snitch is a related term of filch.


In lang=en terms the difference between snitch and filch

is that snitch is to inform on while filch is to steal, to illegally take possession of.

As verbs the difference between snitch and filch

is that snitch is to steal, quickly and quietly while filch is to steal, to illegally take possession of.

As a noun snitch

is a thief.

Snake vs Snitch - What's the difference?

snake | snitch |


As a proper noun snake

is (video games) an early computer game, later popular on mobile phones, in which the player attempts to manoeuvre a perpetually growing snake so as to collect food items and avoid colliding with walls or the snake's tail.

As a verb snitch is

to steal, quickly and quietly.

As a noun snitch is

a thief.

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