• WordNet 3.6
    • n tattletale someone who gossips indiscreetly
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In literature:

He wanted a dog to help him hunt, but he did not want a tattletale.
"The Magic Speech Flower" by Melvin Hix
It must be he who has been the tattletale.
"The Adventures of Paddy Beaver" by Thornton W. Burgess
Go home yourself, Eliza; be a tattletale, if you want to, but get out of here!
"In the Onyx Lobby" by Carolyn Wells
That First Lieutenant of ours either has eyes in the back of his head or else the Sergeant is a tattletale.
"Conscript 2989" by Irving Crump

In news:

Try reasoning with the tattletale first, and if that doesn't work, settle it with a slap fight, then make up over juice boxes.
Tattletale portable alarm systems are wireless with indoor/outdoor sensors to protect anything.
How can Junie B enjoy the holiday festivities when Tattletale May keeps ruining her glee.