The story is just “tittle-tattle” and it will all “blow over,” he told the BBC.
All the tittle-tattle of the world pours into those ears like vinegar through a funnel.
I was very young at this time, but I already had a certain disdain for tittle-tattle.
The tittle-tattle went on pleasantly and quietly as yet, young Mistress Pundor not having arrived.
She takes no interest in anything beyond the tittle-tattle of the county.
That, he declared, was why Dublin people were so fond of tittle-tattle and tale-bearing and scandal-mongering.
tittle-tattle will effect no lodgment in the Asquithian brain.
If you had lived longer in Florence, you would know how much importance to attach to its tittle-tattle and cancans.
And you, Miss Skylark, you must make your little additions to the tittle-tattle.
Fearing their tittle-tattle, Lounsbury curbed his impatience to ask about the shack.
excessively talking, esp. gossiping
excessive and trifling talk; prattling; gossiping
to talk excessively and idly; to gossip
Empty chatter; prattle and gossip: An example is the press in Britain, where the tittle-tattle has lately infected the quality papers (1542+)