I don't want to tell tales to Mrs. Hoyt, and have her annoyed with Jo.
All the boys were fond of her, and was he, Ernest, to tell tales about her?
I don't want to keep anything back, but I don't want to tell tales on anybody else.
“Gone to tell tales, I suppose,” said Crow, as the door closed on the two.
But do not tell tales out of school, for it may be only talk.
I can tell you everything, because you will neither misunderstand me nor tell tales of me.
Other people as well as he can tell tales; it isn't hard to do.
If he was going to tell tales, he might have told flattering ones.
Of course it was out of the question to go and tell tales to the Classic prefects, or even to their own master.
Young and raw as I was, I was too wise to tell tales on them.