Basis and Informant


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Basis noun – An immaterial thing upon which something else rests.
Informant and basis are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Informant" instead a noun "Basis".
Nearby Word: basic
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Informant noun – A person who provides information about another's wrongdoing.
Basis and informant are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Basis" instead a noun "Informant".
Nearby Words: inform, information, informer, informative, informing
Synonyms for Informant

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  • Framing the Guilty Party Mob hit man (and later informant) Donald Frankos claims that he was convicted of a murder he didn't really commit on the basis of perjured eyewitness testimony.
  • I Just Shot Marvin in the Face Engrenages: Forms the basis for an entire plot point in the third season, where during a visit to a drug dealer with an informant, Gilou, when faced with trouble, takes out his gun and fires it up at the ceiling.
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