Informant and Traitor


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Informant noun – A person who provides information about another's wrongdoing.
Traitor and informant are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Traitor" instead a noun "Informant".
Nearby Words: inform, information, informer, informative, informing
Synonyms for Informant


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Traitor noun – One who betrays a trust or an allegiance.
Usage example: accused by her family of being a traitor when she sold their traditionally animal-friendly business to a competitor known to use animals for testing its products

Informant and traitor are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Informant" instead a noun "Traitor".
Nearby Words: trait, traitorous, traitress
Synonyms for Traitor

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  • Because she was a puppet to the traitor, the traitor feared his control over her was slipping when Harry's message mentioned an informant who has crucial information.
  • His Name Is... The informant still gets shot, and then before dying says that he didn't know who the traitor was, because all contact with him was done through dead drops.
  • Feed the Mole: Harry calls the Council switchboard to send up a long message about his plot to expose the traitor, prove Morgan's innocence, and all because of an informant.
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