Deep Throat

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

First used as the secret identity of W. Mark Felt, who used this alias to supply reporters with valuable information about the Watergate scandal.

Noun[edit]

Deep Throat ‎(plural Deep Throats)

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  1. A secret informant possessing valuable information, especially one who stays secret long after the incident in question is concluded.