Thesaurus / tattler
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Steele, in the "Tattler," attributes her disorder to her stage habit of absorbing herself in imaginary great personages.

For Every Music LoverAubertine Woodward Moore

He was a great gossip and tattler, and to produce a laugh would hardly have spared the reputation of his aged mother.

The AmericanHenry James

Which means, if it become known, I alone could be the tattler.

A copy of the 'Tattler' lay on the table, which bore unmistakable evidences of having been spitefully crushed in the hand.

SevenoaksJ. G. Holland

Say, if you think I am a sneak and a tattler, say so, for I want to know it.

Frank Merriwell at YaleBurt L. Standish

Willet, wil′et, n. a North American bird of the snipe family, belonging to the tattler group—also Stone-curlew.

He was a gossip, a tattler of mean tales, an amateur in the art of scandalous insinuation.

Painted VeilsJames Huneker

Read the Tattler, as I do, and you'll see what sort of a man your young man is.

The Business of LifeRobert W. Chambers

If there is anything I mortally abhor, it is a tattler and busybody.

EventideEffie Afton

"I do not think Mary Lee either a tattler or a mischief-maker," replied the aunt gravely.

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