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  • n. Plural form of tipster.


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  • Still, one of our tipsters was a tad unsettled by the unexpected communication:

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  • I have had much fun out of these "tipsters," for they are deliciously impudent blackguards.

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  • Any snitch (we at Rap Genius refuse to call them "tipsters", in solidarity with the rap community) receives $10,000 if their tip pans out.


  • But at the same time, if invested in an unbalanced manner and on the basis of 'tipsters' will definitely lead to huge losses.

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  • Without a doubt, the information provided by the "tipsters" directly led to his arrest.

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  • "tipsters" who, she said, have told her that Democrats are out to get her.

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  • A FBI spokeswoman said it is the bureau's policy not to identify or discuss tipsters out of concern for their safety.

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  • "For some folks who are informants or tipsters, the idea of anonymity is critical," Sullivan said.

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  • "It is important to note, despite numerous media requests to provide the name of one of the tipsters, at no time has the FBI furnished the name, provided comment, or confirmed the accuracy of any reporting about the tipsters," the FBI said in a statement.

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  • But Sullivan said he does worry the revelation could hurt the FBI's ability to cultivate criminal informants and tipsters who report sightings in high-profile fugitive cases.

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