Agent and Fink


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Agent noun – Something used to achieve an end.
Fink and agent are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Fink" instead a noun "Agent".
Nearby Words: agency, agential
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Fink noun – A person who provides information about another's wrongdoing.
Agent and fink are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Agent" instead a noun "Fink".
Nearby Word: finking
Synonyms for Fink

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  • Bitch in Sheep's Clothing By the end of the book she's unequivocally a villain and major threat to be dealt with (or as Kitty puts it later, a "double-crossing fink"); as of book ten she's turned out to be a recruiting agent for and possibly The Dragon to the ultimate Big Bad of the setting, Dux Bellorum.
  • The huge battle between Neo and the army of Agent Smith clones from The Matrix Reloaded was nicknamed "The Burly Brawl" after the screenplay Barton Fink was working on.
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