If there is anything I mortally abhor, it is a tattler and busybody.
Read the Tattler, as I do, and you'll see what sort of a man your young man is.
"Crosbie always was a—tattler, but it's more than possible that he's right," he said.
Wilson and King have a tattler too near to them; that's how it came out.
Which means, if it become known, I alone could be the tattler.
Say, if you think I am a sneak and a tattler, say so, for I want to know it.
To begin with, he was endlessly curious about people, without being in the least bit a gossip or a tattler.
The next morning Mr. Belcher was up early in order to get his "Tattler" as soon as it was dropped at his door.
A copy of the 'Tattler' lay on the table, which bore unmistakable evidences of having been spitefully crushed in the hand.
From what office this tattler came he did not know; but it was evident that Bradish was cognizant of the trick.