or whis·tle blow·er
[hwis-uh l-bloh-er, wis-]
- a person who informs on another or makes public disclosure of corruption or wrongdoing.
Origin of whistle-blower
First recorded in 1965–70
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- informal a person who informs on someone or puts a stop to something
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