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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of snitch.

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Examples

  • They allegedly targeted him because he, quote, "snitched" on one of them.

    CNN Transcript Oct 13, 2009

  • Have you considered that maybe the high rates of Dv are because certain sections of our community know they will not be 'snitched' on and the bw wouldnt dare report them to 'the man'.

    Where is the Rage? Speaking of Victims

  • I'm sorry that I ''snitched'' on the hoochie-ness of black girls, Blackgirl.

    Stop Snitchin' Or Get Stiches

  • What kills me about this sort of "snitch line" is that some of us who have spend thousands of dollars landscaping our property can get "snitched" on by lazy, do-nothing neighbors who, on a good day, MAY actually get off their butts and mow their lawn.

    Water Monitors Are Watching at cvillenews.com

  • Again, this wasn't a harmless and victimless crime - as such, it's better that she was "snitched" on and is behind bars.

    The Clog

  • If more people "snitched" or as I call it "doing the right thing," this city would an even better place to live than it already is.

    The Clog

  • The autopsy turned out to be inconclusive and it was LAPD homicide detective Mel Arnold who connected his death to the fact that he "snitched" on "that stuff down in Costa Rica."

    Freezerbox Magazine

  • When this story broke, the topic of digression was whether T. I.'s bodyguard had "snitched" or had been working for the feds all along.

    PopMatters

  • On the seven-minute track, Beans doesn't talk baseball, but he does talk about how Jay allegedly "snitched" on him and basically won't return his calls.

    Pitchfork: Latest News

  • And contrary to the rumors of people being snitched on for disagreeing with health care reform, the White House is simply trying to address FICTITIOUS rumors and misinformation about heath care and provide people (those willing to listen) with FACTS concerning reform.

    White House launches health care 'reality check' Web site

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