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Spell check of snitch

Correct spelling: snitch

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Examples of usage:

1) But one of the conspirators getting " cold feet," the plot was betrayed to the Warden, whereupon Tom " sent the snitch to the hospital." - "Prison Memoirs of an Anarchist", Alexander Berkman.

2) He hadn't a notion people would be so low- down as to snitch his idea and go to making cotton gins of their own. - "Carl and the Cotton Gin", Sara Ware Bassett.

3) Snite his snitch; wipe his nose, i. - "Early English Meals and Manners", Various.