tattle


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Synonyms for tattle

Synonyms for tattle

to engage in or spread gossip

to give incriminating information about others, especially to the authorities

idle, often sensational and groundless talk about others

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Our] new gourmet loose leaf tea line, Tattle Tea, offers a range of unique blended and flavored teas, home brewing equipment, and text-centric packaging with clear preparation instructions takes the mystery out of making delicious tea," said CEO Andrew Esserman.
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HOW ironic that West Bromwich MP Tom Watson should have found himself on the receiving end of tabloid tittle tattle over his alleged involvement in a plot to smear the Tory party.
Whereas a basic CRB is based on facts, ie convictions, as I understand it the enhanced version contains much which is nothing more than tittle tattle.
If the action gets too intense, sit out and lick your lollipop or just tattle on the others.
Translated we think this adds up to: "Don't tattle on W.
Frustrated shoppers now can tattle on online vendors to the E-Shopping Hotline (800-326-8100, ext.
Our ultimate mission at UATHERMIC is to open up new choices and a different way of thinking about how we all experience the cold," Ryan Tattle, UATHERMIC co-founder, said.
WORLD CUP TWO THOUSAND AND TEN WORRY about injuries; team mates will they blend Over trained; amount of games send them round the bend Remain focused the pressures form outside ignore Listen to constant tittle tattle tends to bore Draw the line; insistent upon scandal; no more Can we rely; the task is huge; the task is great Up there on podium countries willing you mate Peak fitness energy levels must be just so Time to prove; accept any excuses Oh
Instead they indulge in malicious tittle tattle behind the scenes.
I suggest we talk about the economy and stop worrying about this tittle tattle at the edge.
But Mr Dhinsa, who claims to be worth pounds 40million, said: "It's all tittle- tattle - we are just good friends.
THE world turns on tittle tattle and the foibles that lie beneath it and noone captures the essence of this human condition better than author Alan Bennett.
I don't want to tattle on her, but this annoys me and I don't feel it is right.