squealer


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Wikipedia.
Related to squealer: Animal Farm

squealer

1. n. an informer. (Underworld.) Some squealer let the cops know what was going to happen.
2. n. a pig; a piglet. They sent their squealers to market at just the right time.
References in periodicals archive ?
said Squealer, lifting his trotter and wiping away a tear.
Since Squealer, the company has produced American River by Micheline Auger and Too Much Too Soon, an evening of short plays by six writers including Jones, Melissa Ross and myself.
ALLEGATIONS that local weekly paper The Squealer has tapped residents' phones have rocked our sleepy parish.
75 inch Buhler/Farm King Y650R Finish $2,240 72 inch Mower Cub Cadet Yanmar MM60RS Finish $2,299 60 inch Mower 3-points Hitch Tractor-mounted Rough-cut Mowing Attachments Bush Hog Squealer S0172 $1,875 72 inch Rotary Cutter Loftness 90M Flail Mower $6,098 90 inch Rhino 172 Rotary Cutter $2,100 72 inch Land Pride RCR1860 Rotary Cutter $1,625 60 inch Power Height Small Capacity Electric Finish Mowers Lawnbott 3500 Robotic Finish dual-drive and 1 to 3 inches Mower single-blade mowers Neuton Power Equipment Mower 36-volt, 50-amp 1.
The best of his pieces guard against deception, are direct and preach directness, and instruct that not people nor institutions nor customs should be permitted to change meanings and definitions and, like Squealer, to turn black into white.
Ameriet al (1998)[5] observed the effect of squealer tip on rotor heat transfer and efficiency.
But then, who would want to be Squealer and Napoleon?
The pigs get loose and ol' Abe gives chase, and when he's jus' about to grab a-holt of the last squealer, he spies the purtiest gal in town, Ann Rutledge.
Pressure surface squealer tip has benefical effects in increasing energy coefficient and efficiency of the tested compressor.
TRACTOR-MOUNTED ROUGH-CUT MOWERS BUSH HOG SQUEALER SQ172 ROTARY CUTTER The Bush Hog (www.
You're a squealer with a college education, so you call it something else.
Thus he is punished by becoming what he most despises--a squealer.
As Conrad diagnosed in a 1997 article in The Squealer, "People Will Come If the Pictures Move: New Opportunities in Video Installation," the confluence of art and cinema via large-scale projected imagery increasingly converts the white cube gallery into the cinematic black box.
At the same time, the federal government is perpetuating a spin or brainwashing campaign in much the same way Squealer in Animal Farm interpreted the policies of the ruling party (Orwell, 1946).
Squealer has been wrongly identified with Vladimir Mayakovsky, the Stalinist versifier who in fact is represented by Minimus in the book.