- tell tales,
- tell time,
- tell, william,
- teller, edward,
Origin of teller
Examples from the Web for teller
In fact, Teller was competing with Oppenheimer for resources.
Onscreen, Teller is a bit like a young Vince Vaughn—gregarious, charming, and a tad suspicious.
Teller took piano lessons as a kid, but quit at 14 when the lessons got “too strict.”
Teller will reteam with his Whiplash director Chazelle on La La Land, which starts shooting in the spring.
Seven years on from the crash, Teller is having what industry folks call “a moment.”
"I'll make it all right with the teller, then," said the other.Pirate Gold|Frederic Jesup Stimson
The teller of the story does not relate in what manner he received this well-merited reproof.The Treasury of Ancient Egypt|Arthur E. P. B. Weigall
Beside it a nurse sat silent, and upon it feebly tossed the racked body of him whom Barrett had called Jerry the Teller.The Gentleman From Indiana|Booth Tarkington
For a moment the wonder of the tale and the curious spark of excitement it had produced in the teller kept the listeners silent.The Coast of Chance|Esther Chamberlain
From his earliest years he was a teller of stories, and had a high reputation among his boy friends as a romancer.Children's Stories in American Literature, 1660-1860|Henrietta Christian Wright
"bank clerk who pays or receives money," late 15c., "person who keeps accounts," from tell (v.) in its secondary sense of "count, enumerate," which is the primary sense of cognate words in many Germanic languages.