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whistleblower hwi-səl-blō-ər ( n )
:an employee who brings wrongdoing by an employer or other employees to the attention of a government or law enforcement agency and who is commonly vested by statute with rights and remedies for retaliation compare qui tam action

whistleblowing -i ( n )

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