nounNorth American informal
A person who collects and supplies information, typically on sporting events or elections: they are inside dopesters with special access to the racing world
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- In an early draft, he plays the inside dopester who recounts Rick's past.
- Pundits and inside dopesters are suggesting that neither fits the bill.
- Despite the protests of educators, labor and the press, dopesters predicted that the board would fire him anyway.
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