Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


So I do, aunt, when I think myself in the company of tattlers and mischief-makers.

He is the king of tattlers as Shakespeare is the king of poets.

There are gossipers in every age, tattlers in every corner of history, and who escapes them?

Tattlers were among the first birds observed and taken in Micronesia.

Beginning in mid-July there was an increase in the number of tattlers seen; apparently fall migration had begun.

It sets a brand upon those who learn to be idle, who wander about from house to house, not only idle, but tattlers also.

An idle ear, which can hearken to idle, time-wasting talk, and make the sins of tattlers your own.

But I will take order with olde Mr Crosby, for olde men be tattlers more than any woman or is convenient.