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You recollect that you promised to obtain something—a little tittle-tattle—concerning a lady.
THE DOCTOR OF PIMLICOWILLIAM LE QUEUX
Cermigniani and Melillo were listening to the brilliant tittle-tattle of Bencini, with his cackling speech and his dry laugh.
The writer observed that he was not anxious about H. Greville who loved tittle-tattle, and would get what he wanted there.
Mother believed the story all nonsense, and was very much concerned that people should repeat such silly tattle.
SOMEHOW GOODWILLIAM DE MORGAN
Looking down the table I told myself that it must be the very home of idle gossip and the hot-bed of tittle-tattle.
If you imagine Im going to run right away and tattle what youve practically told me in confidence, youve got me sized up wrong.
What concern had he with that scandalous, doubtless slanderous tattle?
HUSKSMARION HARLAND
She was a tattle-taleand some of the girls were quite warm over her case.
THE GIRLS OF CENTRAL HIGHGERTRUDE W. MORRISON
Go to your colonel, if you want to tattle, sir; don't come to me.
Compared with their converse, the tattle of our saloons has in it something humiliating.
SYBILBENJAMIN DISRAELI

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