[ UK /tˈætə‍ltˌe‍ɪl/ ]
  1. someone who gossips indiscreetly
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How To Use tattletale In A Sentence

  • That might be a nice plot, though one flaw in your reasoning - someone probably tattletaled.
  • Besides, Santa doesn't tattletale on anyone, not even reindeers.
  • I was never usually a tattletale, but I really wanted to see Rose Marie get busted for this one.
  • I wrote to Charles Brooks at Concoco Phillips and tried to tattletale, but without any real evidence, I'm sure it was less than convincing.
  • When she turned and saw him in the house, still wet, the little tattletale opened her mouth to call her mother but her older sister threw the pillow at her to stop her.
  • ‘The one sitting next to you’ she points at my other side like a tattletale.
  • The "tattletale" lights will make it easier for troopers to enforce traffic laws for failing to stop at red lights and failing to yield the right of way, he said. Tri-City Herald: Front
  • Jonas does not like Pierre very much because he is ‘very serious, not much fun, and a worrier and tattletale.’
  • Regina asked, trying to sound like she does not care anymore, but deep inside, she was wondering if Serafina was able to read her mind again or if some tattletale had told her.
  • But I have a hunch who tattletaled because that person's call backfired one evening.
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