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Elsie Hayden would have been a charming little maiden but for her besetting fault—talebearing.
GOLDEN MOMENTSANONYMOUS
It excludes all suspicion of partiality, of personal malignity, of secret shying and talebearing.
THE HISTORY OF ENGLAND FROM THE ACCESSION OF JAMES II.THOMAS BABINGTON MACAULAY
In verse 17, we learn what ought to take the place of talebearing.
NOTES ON THE BOOK OF LEVITICUSC. H. MACKINTOSH
I strongly disapprove of talebearing of any sort, and wish to hear no more of this.
THE HAND OF ETHELBERTATHOMAS HARDY
Very little open quarrelling ever took place amongst them; but backbiting and talebearing were universal.
THE PROFESSOR(AKA CHARLOTTE BRONTE) CURRER BELL
Guard with vigilance against a talebearing and tattling spirit.
A MEMORIAL OF MRS. MARGARET BRECKINRIDGEARCHIBALD ALEXANDER
What I should fear in friendship is the comment, and interference, and talebearing, I often see connected with it.
CHAMBERS' EDINBURGH JOURNALVARIOUS

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