32 different ways to say Rat
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Words With Similar Meanings To Rat
- betray - to disclose in breach of trust
- rat - to hunt long-tailed rodents
- grass - to cover with grass (herbaceous plants)
- shit - (vulgar) to defecate
- shop - to engage in the buying of goods
- snitch - to inform on, sneak
- stag - to attend a function without a female companion
- stigmatize - to mark with a stigma, or brand; as, the ancients stigmatized their slaves and soldiers, also STIGMATISE
- skunk - a foul-smelling musteline mammal
- stinker - a very unpleasant person
- stinkpot - a common musk turtle found in SE Canada and the eastern US, which emits a foul-smelling secretion when disturbed
- bum - to live idly
- puke - to vomit
- crumb - to break into small pieces
- lowlife - a despicable person, also LOWLIFER
- git - to get
- snitcher - one who snitches, informs
- stoolie - (short for) a stool-pigeon, a police informer, also STOOLY
- sneak - to move stealthily
- sneaker - (colloquial) a plimsoll
- canary - to prance about
- blackleg - to work even though a strike has been declared
- confess - to admit or disclose
- betrayer - one who betrays
- squealer - an informer
- blabber - to reveal secrets
- strikebreaker - a person hired to replace a striking worker
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Denounce - to condemn openly
Rotter - a scoundrelEg: The landlord is a real rotter, always finding excuses not to make repairs.
Fink - to inform to the policeEg: You can't trust him, he's a fink and will betray you.
Informer - one that informs
Scab - to become covered with a crust over a healing woundEg: The workers accused the company of hiring scabs during the strike.
Betray - to disclose in breach of trustEg: The athlete was accused of betraying fair play by using performance-enhancing drugs.
Rat - to hunt long-tailed rodentsEg: The city council hired an exterminator to deal with the rat infestation in the park.
Grass - to cover with grass (herbaceous plants)Eg: The soccer field was covered in lush green grass.
Shit - (vulgar) to defecateEg: My car broke down again, this is such shit luck.
Shop - to engage in the buying of goodsEg: I need to stop by the shop to pick up some groceries.
Snitch - to inform on, sneakEg: The snitch was rewarded with a reduced sentence for helping the authorities.
Stag - to attend a function without a female companionEg: The stag ran across the road, causing the driver to swerve to avoid it.
Stigmatize - to mark with a stigma, or brand; as, the ancients stigmatized their slaves and soldiers, also STIGMATISE
Skunk - a foul-smelling musteline mammalEg: Skunks are mainly active at night and are rarely seen during the day.
Stinker - a very unpleasant person
Stinkpot - a common musk turtle found in SE Canada and the eastern US, which emits a foul-smelling secretion when disturbed
Bum - to live idlyEg: She did squats to tone her **bum** muscles.
Puke - to vomitEg: The roller coaster ride was so intense that it made some people puke.
Crumb - to break into small piecesEg: There were crumbs all over the kitchen counter.
Lowlife - a despicable person, also LOWLIFER
Git - to getEg: Git can be used for any type of file, not just code.
Snitcher - one who snitches, informs
Stoolie - (short for) a stool-pigeon, a police informer, also STOOLY
Sneak - to move stealthilyEg: She felt guilty for sneaking around behind her friend's back.