To take (another's property) without permission
To give incriminating information about others, especially to the authorities
One who gives incriminating information about others
But you didn't snitch him out.
From the grind of moving staircases to the rapidly fluttering wings of the elusive "Golden Snitch" the sound effects in the film lock the viewer into Harry's world.
The sun was shining on Ashlee Simpson and Pete Wentz's Saturday, May 17 wedding but the guests (says a snitch) were dressed in less than bright and cheery spring wedding colors.
Players assumed the role of broom-riding witches and wizards to chase the Golden Snitch, beat Bludgers and toss Quaffles to win the game.
Hey, I'm no snitch, so you won't get that information out of me.