- n disclosing information or giving evidence about another
- v speak (about unimportant matters) rapidly and incessantly
- v divulge confidential information or secrets
- Great last week was the tittle-tattle which floated about Manhattan concerning next year's Metropolitan Opera plans.
- Few Americans realize that their cars can tattle on them.
- Eventually she disappears into the night, in what is "surely the most remarkable tittle-tattle to hit the area in recent years.
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Nobody listens to a thing you say. Grown-ups are always telling you to hush, be quiet, don't yell and always use your inside voice (even outside). You know you're never supposed to keep secrets, but don't be a tattle-tale. Talk louder, but stop shouting.
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Also in Tattle: Bieber's hotel requests, Russell Brand's safety and Kim Kardashian is forced to go slumming.
June 21, 2013 - Philadelphia Daily News
- Paula Deen admits to slurring her words
Also in Tattle: Mariah and Nicki make a BET, Selma Blair ‘Angers’ Charlie Sheen, Dan Abrams to host ‘Nightline.’
June 20, 2013 - Philadelphia Daily News
- Mike Huckabee in Macon Telegraph
When all of us were in school there was usually in the class somebody who loved to tattle,said Huckabee. "Usually the tattler is not the most popular kid in the classroom. When the person who runs for office becomes sort of the class...
- Jimmy Kimmel in Entertainment Weekly
Kimmel concluded last night by jokingly whining Lenoesquely, "He's a tattle tale. Oprah and I had a wonderful relationship and now it's ruined because of Jay."
- Max Clifford in BBC News
Mr Clifford added: "If, by tapping people's phones, you save people's lives and you can stop some national tragedy, then the end justifies the means. But for tittle-tattle and gossip, then the end does not justify the means."