Think of the dollar as squealer the Pig collectible Beanie Babies circa Christmas 1996, and you begin to get the picture.
He was despised by the other convicts, for he was a "squealer."
I know a boy's code of honor, and how he regards a 'squealer.'
He never had been a “squealer,” and he was not going to begin now.
It hurt him, to think that he should be taken for a "squealer."
I know; but Stacey has my note for the rest of the money, and I dont propose to be a squealer, Gordon.
So he framed it up so that I appeared to be a squealer, and started the gangmen after me.
I mean among those who honestly think Larry has turned stool and squealer.
"squealer and Squawker both went into the heap that time, I guess," said Rudolf.
But, if no obliging peeler Will arrest this midnight squealer, My own peculiar arm of might Must undertake the job to-night.
Perfectly clean; white, sanitary, and untarnished • Sometimes used ironically to emphasize conventionality and unimaginativeness: this English band, made up of six squeaky-clean men in their early twenties/ one of the most squeaky-clean and buttoned-down of US corporations
[1972+; fr the squeaky sound produced by rubbing a finger across chinaware free of grease or dirt]