tattle

Part of speech: noun

Tattler.

Part of speech: verb

To tell tales; gossip.

Part of speech: noun

Idle talk or gossip.

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Usage examples "tattle":

  1. One would think we were a mothers' meeting discussing our babies, to hear the grave tittle- tattle concerning the inevitable weakness of babies and engines which passes over the mess- room table. - "An Ocean Tramp", William McFee.
  2. I suppose there has been some tittle- tattle- I can read it in your face- but there's not a word of truth in it, not a word, I assure you. - "Love, The Fiddler", Lloyd Osbourne.
  3. " I hate to be a tattle- tale," and Dolly looked scornful. - "Two Little Women on a Holiday", Carolyn Wells.