verb (used without object), tat·tled, tat·tling.
verb (used with object), tat·tled, tat·tling.
Origin of tattle
Related formstat·tling·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for tattle
What have I to do with the tattle with which a pack of old women console themselves for not being sea-sick?'
You may, if your tattle is political, become serviceable to men engaged in great affairs.Essays in Little|Andrew Lang
The gossip is not always of the swift, nor the tattle of the wrong.The Complete Cynic|Oliver Herford
Miss Polly was a kind-hearted woman, but she couldn't resist the inclination to gossip and tattle.Gabriel Tolliver|Joel Chandler Harris
He lowered his voice as if a sea urchin might hear and tattle.Her Father's Daughter|Gene Stratton-Porter