- Contraction of rat-arsed (Wiktionary)
“At the Stockbroking firm where I worked, many years ago, a Senior Secretary got absolutely "ratted" at the Xmas party and was unceremoniously de-knickered and, dare I say it, "bonked" on the Senior Partner ` s magnificent, leather topped mahogony desk.”
“I mean, the fact of the matter is, if you look at the evidence, it ` s a lot of people who kind of ratted out people in order to save their own you-know-what.”
“As one might expect, I had to invent an explanation for why I compromised my values and "ratted" out a source in the White House.”
“And these older men, they did what they called "ratted" these boys.”
“Winston Churchill "ratted" (switched parties) - and in due course he did it again!”
“When word of the Bar Mitzvah got out, the warden was criticized, the Chaplain was criticized, the person who "ratted" was criticized.”
“ETS deadline passes: Liberals 'ratted' on deal - Govt”
“Although this quite expresses the object of our Society, still I do not think the 'Independence Association' ought to have 'ratted' from its principles.”
“Today, he wore a droopy mustache and ratted yellow hair, looked like someone who stood on street corners and asked for spare change.”
“This is the man who nearly destroyed America, whose lies about Iraq lit a match to $4 trillion, who ratted out CIA agents if they refused to parrot his lies, who famously declared that the constitutional rule of law was over and he would do whatever he wanted, who tortured prisoners in a pathetic attempt to cover his lies.”
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