Synonyms of rat in English:

rat


See definition of rat

noun

1‘her rat of a husband cheated her’

SYNONYMS

scoundrel, wretch, rogue

informal beast, pig, swine, bastard, creep, louse, snake, snake in the grass, bum, lowlife, scumbag, heel, skunk, dog, weasel

British informal scrote

North American informal rat fink

Irish informal sleeveen

Australian informal dingo

dated rotter, cad, bounder

vulgar slang shit

2‘the most famous rat in mob history’

SYNONYMS

informer, betrayer, stool pigeon

informal snitch, finger, squealer, nose

British informal grass, supergrass, nark, snout

Northern Irish Scottish informal tout

North American informal fink, stoolie

Australian informal fizgig, pimp, shelf

archaic intelligencer, beagle


exclamation

1‘Rats! I've lost my ticket!’

SYNONYMS

damn, damnation, blast, hell, heck, Gordon Bennett

British bother

informal drat, sugar, botheration, flip, flipping heck, flipping hell

British informal dash, blooming heck, blooming hell, blinking heck, blinking hell

North American informal doggone it, shucks, shoot, tarnation

Indian informal arré

dated confound it, pish