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Synonyms for Tell

inform

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reveal

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have or take effect

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assure

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tell on someone

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  • inform on
  • shop
  • give someone away
  • denounce
  • split on
  • grass on
  • sell someone out
  • stab someone in the back
  • tell tales on

tell someone off

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tell something apart

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  • differentiate between
  • distinguish between
  • discriminate between
  • make a distinction between
  • separate
  • set apart

Synonyms for Tell

to give a verbal account of

to recognize as being different

to note (items) one by one so as to get a total

tell off: to reprimand loudly or harshly

Synonyms for Tell

a Swiss patriot who lived in the early 14th century and who was renowned for his skill as an archer

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narrate or give a detailed account of

give instructions to or direct somebody to do something with authority

discern or comprehend

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inform positively and with certainty and confidence

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Now Tell Tale Hearts, the company based at the Lawrence Batley Theatre, is taking its show From here...
"Dead Men Do Tell Tales: 60 Mini-Mysteries to Test Your Detective Prowess" is a book filled with logic puzzles to tax reader's minds and challenge them to find the solutions With a bit of humor and plenty of fun, "Dead Men Do Tell Tales" is a gift for any young sleuth, and will be sure to challenge even adult readers.
Tell Tales volumes are published by a UK-based arts collective sponsored by the Arts Council of England committed to promoting the literary form of the short story and providing a forum for established and emerging short-story writers.
"We are all longing for light in the darkness," he intones, and so, he continues, we sing songs, tell tales and move through vast solitudes with stories toward one another and then apart again.
Like his compatriot Hans Christian Andersen, August Bournonville was a master storyteller, using the language of mime and classical dance to tell tales of good triumphing over evil, and love, if not art, conquering all.