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Definition of squawks

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Other terms relating to 'to be true, tell the truth, honest, confess':

Definitions include: to act as oneself - to not put on a facade.
Definitions include: used when you need to get your point across.
Definitions include: to tell the authorities details of a crime; "rat out".
Definitions include: to "represent".
Definitions include: to promise that what one is saying is true.
Definitions include: serious, not kidding.
Definitions include: to act without worrying about decorum.
Definitions include: to stay true to one's self; to resist the temptation to be fake.
Definitions include: an event that makes one realize the truth about something.
Definitions include: to be truthful.
Definitions include: truthful, honest.
Definitions include: to waste time in order to avoid confrontation or a potentially uncomfortable situation.
Definitions include: "serious"; "not lying".
Definitions include: fine; okay.
Definitions include: honest talk.

Other terms relating to 'to betray':

Definitions include: to inform the authorities of a person's involvement in a crime, for personal benefit.
Definitions include: to perform fellatio in which the penetration is deep.
Definitions include: to tell on.
Definitions include: to look up someone on the internet.
Definitions include: to do something bad to a person.
Definitions include: to tell the authorities details of a crime; "rat out".
Definitions include: fairly common misspelling of tattle tale.
Definitions include: to inform the authorities (e.g. police) that someone was involved in a crime.
Definitions include: a traitor.
Definitions include: to betray, to wrong.
Definitions include: to inform on (i.e. report the misdeeds) of someone else; "tattle".
Definitions include: to report misdeeds to an authority; "narc", "snitch".
Definitions include: to report misdeeds to authorities or authority figures; "tell on".

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Other terms relating to 'squawk':

Definitions include: originally meaning radios but later applied to television sets as well.

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