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spook by the door

spook by the door
 n.— «He claims Benjamin and Williams label white people who speak out against them as racists and any other black person who opposes them as a “spook by the door,” a pejorative term referring to a black person who spies on the black community for white people.» —“A Tangled Web” by Nathan Stubbs Independent (Lafayette, La.) Jan. 18, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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