a person who heedlessly or maliciously reveals private or confidential matters; tattler; talebearer.
a thing serving to reveal or disclose something.
any of various indicating or registering devices, as a time clock.
Music. a gauge on an organ for indicating the air pressure.
an indicator showing the position of a ship’s rudder.
a row of strips hung over a track to warn train crew members on freight trains that a low bridge, tunnel, or the like is approaching.
Yachting. (on a sailboat) a feather, string, or similar device, often attached to the port and starboard shrouds and to the backstay, to indicate the relative direction of the wind.
Squash. a narrow piece of metal across the front wall of a court, parallel to and extending 17 inches (43.2 cm) above the base: a ball striking this is an out.
that reveals or betrays what is not intended to be known:
a telltale blush.
giving notice or warning of something, as a mechanical device.
a person who tells tales about others
an outward indication of something concealed
(as modifier): a telltale paw mark
any of various indicators or recording devices used to monitor a process, machine, etc
another word for dogvane
one of a pair of light vanes mounted on the main shrouds of a sailing boat to indicate the apparent direction of the wind
noun 1. a person who heedlessly or maliciously reveals private or confidential matters; tattler; talebearer. 2. a thing serving to reveal or disclose something. 3. any of various indicating or registering devices, as a time clock. 4. Music. a gauge on an organ for indicating the air pressure. 5. an indicator showing the position of […]
noun, plural tempos, tempi [tem-pee] /ˈtɛm pi/ (Show IPA) 1. Music. relative rapidity or rate of movement, usually indicated by such terms as adagio, allegro, etc., or by reference to the metronome. 2. characteristic rate, rhythm, or pattern of work or activity: the tempo of city life. 3. Chess. the gaining or losing of time […]
adjective 1. (chem) changing irregularly with time tempolabile tem·po·la·bile (těm’pō-lā’bīl’, -bəl) adj. Subject to change or destruction with the passage of time.
[oh tem-poh-rah oh moh-reys; English oh tem-per-uh oh mawr-eez, mohr-] /oʊ ˈtɛm poʊˌrɑ oʊ ˈmoʊ reɪs; English oʊ ˈtɛm pər ə oʊ ˈmɔr iz, ˈmoʊr-/ Latin. 1. O times! O customs! tempora mutantur, nos et mutamur in illis [tem-paw-rah moo-tahn-too r, nohs et moo-tah-moo r in il-lees; English tem-per-uh myoo-tan-ter, nohs et myoo-tey-mer in il-is] […]