From what office this tattler came he did not know; but it was evident that Bradish was cognizant of the trick.
Read the tattler, as I do, and you'll see what sort of a man your young man is.
Which means, if it become known, I alone could be the tattler.
Wilson and King have a tattler too near to them; that's how it came out.
Bassompierre is a tattler; I expect to do nothing with the Marechal de Vitri but by your means.
To begin with, he was endlessly curious about people, without being in the least bit a gossip or a tattler.
If there is anything I mortally abhor, it is a tattler and busybody.
A copy of the 'tattler' lay on the table, which bore unmistakable evidences of having been spitefully crushed in the hand.
She always reminds me of the pretty bas bleu immortalized by the 'Spectator'—or is it the 'tattler'?
Willet, wil′et, n. a North American bird of the snipe family, belonging to the tattler group—also Stone-curlew.