Definition of nark:
Synonyms for nark:
incommode, tattler, trouble, disoblige, worry, squealer, vex, snitcher, bedevil, discommode, amaze, commove, gravel, put out, tease, bawl out, shake up, fray, annoy, disturb, nonplus, fink, baffle, rat fink, lecture, reprimand, devil, scold, informant, chafe, tattletale, rub, narc, puzzle, mystify, scratch, rile, get at, bait, stick, reach, lambast, excoriate, make, progress to, canary, telltale, rag, jaw, snitch, razz, ride, get to, deep throat, flummox, dress down, nettle, roil, inconvenience oneself, cod, perplex, chew out, dun, chide, have words, torment, reproof, stool pigeon, crucify, copper's nark, take to task, frustrate, lambaste, inconvenience, remonstrate, tantalise, betrayer, narcotics agent, urticate, taunt, call on the carpet, beat, rebuke, whistle-blower, berate, tantalize, raise up, bother, stoolie, dumbfound, agitate, rally, fret, chew up, stupefy, irritate, get, rat, stir up, trounce, gall, pose, call down, bewilder, twit, trouble oneself, access, talebearer.
- "The Hampstead Mystery", John R. Watson.
Marnark of Bashad, did I hear you say that you considered members of the Society as unworthy to negotiate an affair of honor with your friends, on behalf of this nobleman who has been courteous enough to accept your challenge?- "Last Enemy", Henry Beam Piper.
- "The Radio Boys with the Revenue Guards", Gerald Breckenridge.