Informer and Mole


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


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Mole noun – A person who tries secretly to obtain information for one country in the territory of another usually unfriendly country.
Usage example: for years we have had a mole in the enemy's national intelligence agency

Informer and mole are semantically related in spy topic. You can use "Informer" instead a noun "Mole".
Nearby Word: molar
Synonyms for Mole

How words are described

single single informer single mole
potential potential informer potential mole
former former informer former mole
titular titular informer titular mole
Other adjectives: soviet, aforementioned.

Both words in one sentence

  • Film / The Departed The Mole: Sullivan is a mole planted by Costello to be his informer within the police, while Costigan works the other way as a mole planted by the cops to be an informer within Costello's crew.
  • Series / Hogan's Heroes The Mole: There's one in the first episode - the titular "informer".
  • In the Supernova DLC, Informer missions will fail if the Stealth Fighters pick that time to attack you, because if anyone besides The Mole gets attacked during this mission, it is an automatic fail.
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