from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Slang A person regarded as contemptible, obnoxious, or otherwise undesirable.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. An informer or spy.
- n. A dislikable or contemptible person.
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Look, I'm a ratfink not to at least offer you breakfast, but I've got to get on this right away.
As I said above, I just called and let them know that I feel insulted every time that ratfink speaks.
Van Johnson plays John Alden in a rather small role, and a young Lloyd Bridges is the ratfink first mate.
He thinks Gadge deserved a metal for being the ratfink that he was.
He was recommended to me by my ratfink Mexican brother-in-law, whom I don´t get along with anymore, so that wouldn't help either.
You see what a vile little backstabbing ratfink Willard Mitt Romney really is...the French kindly help him to avoid an early death in the Mekong Delta and how does he repay them but with catcalls and brickbats.
And here's the checkered flag from that hot-rod daddy ratfink from another world - your pal, hyper dave AKA the datajunkie. posted by hyperdave at 5:12 PM
And under cover of the ongoing WH “shakeup”, Rove will probably leave before being either charged, or outed to all the world as a ratfink.
The ratfink Democrat is in the Senate, not the House, pal.
In my family, it was considered an insult to be called a fink and even worse to be called a ratfink.
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