1A person who engages in gossip or who tells tales: I would never ask a decent man to take up the trade of sneak and tattler
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- He felt that they were just jealous and, anyway, he doesn't like tattlers so he decided to arrive early.
- All these tattlers would do better to consider less subjective reasons for the Scotsman's sales problems.
- And at least one tattler has described listening in to the tape itself.
2A migratory sandpiper with mainly grey plumage, breeding in NW Canada or eastern Siberia.
- Genus Heteroscelus, family Scolopacidae: two species, in particular the wandering tattler (H. incanus) of Canada.
- More narrowly, the name is given to the wandering tattler (Heteroscelus incanus) and the Polynesian, or gray-rumped, tattler (H. brevipes).
Words that rhyme with tattlerbattler, prattler, rattler
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