verb (used without object), tattled, tattling.
to let out secrets.
to chatter, prate, or gossip.
verb (used with object), tattled, tattling.
to utter idly; disclose by gossiping.
the act of tattling.
idle talk; chatter; gossip.
(intransitive) to gossip about another’s personal matters or secrets
(transitive) to reveal by gossiping: to tattle a person’s secrets
(intransitive) to talk idly; chat
the act or an instance of tattling
a scandalmonger or gossip
noun 1. a talebearer or informer, especially among children. adjective 2. telltale; revealing: a tattletale smear of lipstick on his collar. noun (mainly US & Canadian) 1. a scandalmonger or gossip 2. another word for telltale (sense 1)
noun 1. a dirty or grayish white.
noun, plural tattoos. 1. a signal on a drum, bugle, or trumpet at night, for soldiers or sailors to go to their quarters. 2. a knocking or strong pulsation: My heart beat a tattoo on my ribs. 3. British. an outdoor military pageant or display. noun, plural tattoos. 1. the act or practice of marking […]
noun, plural tattoos. 1. the act or practice of marking the skin with indelible patterns, pictures, legends, etc., by making punctures in it and inserting pigments. 2. a pattern, picture, legend, etc., so made. verb (used with object), tattooed, tattooing. 3. to mark (the skin) with tattoos. 4. to put (tattoos) on the skin. noun […]