noun: weasel; plural noun: weasels
a small, slender, carnivorous mammal related to, but generally smaller than, the stoat.
a deceitful or treacherous person.
||scoundrel, wretch, rogue;
, ratfink, toad
, snake in the grass, serpent
, scumbucket, scuzzball
, sleazebag, slimeball
, backstabber, heel
, nogoodnik, nasty piece of work;
“he was a double-crossing weasel”
verb: weasel; 3rd person present: weasels; past tense: weaselled; past participle: weaselled; gerund or present participle: weaselling; past tense: weaseled; past participle: weaseled; gerund or present participle: weaseling
achieve something by use of cunning or deceit.
“she suspects me of trying to weasel my way into his affections”
behave or talk evasively.
Comey was defending his agency’s actions regarding a federal probe into Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was secretary of state. The investigation drew criticism from Republicans for not recommending charges against the Democratic presidential nominee.
“You can call us wrong, but don’t call us weasels,” he told the House Judiciary Committee. “We are not weasels, we are honest people and we did this in that way.”
You my good man are a weasel of the first order
If it comes to me or mine
We cannot afford “Equal protection under the law”
At least not the likes of what Madame Clinton and her ilk can afford
I would most certainly be charged for much less than what any of them did
Not a weasel?
Say it all you want
You will forever be the quintessential weasel in the eyes of America