double dipper


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dou·ble-dip

(dŭb′əl-dĭp′)
intr.v. dou·ble-dipped, dou·ble-dip·ping, dou·ble-dips
To draw income or funds from two different sources, as from a job and a pension, often in violation of the law.

double dipper n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.double dipper - someone who draws two incomes from the government (usually by combining a salary and a pension)
earner, wage earner - someone who earn wages in return for their labor
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