Definition of tattle:
murmur, whistle, palaver, rat, blurt, visit, click, squeal, vocalizing, blether, coax, babble out, clatter, blabber, buzz, claver, peach, verbalize, scuttlebutt, apprisal, sweet-talk, hearsay, jaw, mumble, brattle, babble, birdie, piffle, clack, verbalise, recounting, knowledge, snitch, blather, wheedle, cackle, word, blurt out, mussitate, bow-wow, natter, chew the fat, confab, gurgle, talk, blab out, dish, boo-boo, twaddle, smatter, stool, spill, whisper, relation, inform, chit-chat, gabble, sing, confabulate, cluck, noise, claver, bunny, cold, utter, choo-choo, bang, chatter, big, cajole, tattletale, blab, blither, guggle, gossip, chat, let the cat out of the bag, notification, prattle, bubble, tell on, rumor, words, shoot the breeze, inveigle, singing, blarney, ripple, prate, gibber, fink, law, report, mouth, tip, telling, cross, burble, spill the beans, chaffer, maunder, tittle-tattle, mutter.
- "Cowper", Goldwin Smith.
- "The Thunder Bird", B. M. Bower.
- "A Collection of College Words and Customs", Benjamin Homer Hall.