Mole and Rat


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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.
Rat and mole are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Rat" instead a noun "Mole".
Nearby Word: molar
Synonyms for Mole


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Rat noun – A person who provides information about another's wrongdoing.
Mole and rat are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Mole" instead a noun "Rat".
Synonyms for Rat

How words are described

regular regular mole regular rat
single single mole single rat
wild wild mole wild rat
small small mole small rat
Other adjectives: actual, real, large, huge, evil, former, gigantic, literal, anthropomorphic.

Both words in one sentence

  • Mole and Rat, while looking for Otter's missing son, stumble on Pan, the pagan god, who's playing his pipes by the river's edge.
  • Frogs, fish, bears, swallows, a fox a rat and a mole.
  • Home Sweet Home In Kenneth Grahame's The Wind in the Willows, when Mole and Rat are out at Christmas time, Mole realizes they are near his home, and feels a primordial instinct to return.
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Rat or Mole. 2016. Accessed October 23, 2021.

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