OTHER WORDS FROM telltaletelltalely, adverb
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The post One telltale sign it’s time to replace your laptop battery appeared first on Popular Science.One telltale sign it’s time to replace your laptop battery|Harry Guinness|August 25, 2021|Popular-Science
The brains of individuals with this disorder have telltale spots of disorganized tissue layers, and patients sometimes undergo surgery to remove these brain areas in the hope of reducing their seizures.The quest to learn if our brain’s mutations affect mental health|Roxanne Khamsi|August 25, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Any good electrical conductors sent telltale signals back to a receiver coil, suggesting that the rocks might contain valuable deposits of nickel and cobalt—metals used in the batteries powering cell phones, laptops, and electric cars.The big tech quest to find the metals needed for the energy overhaul|Maddie Stone|August 11, 2021|MIT Technology Review
Using the Gemini North Telescope in Hawaii to observe GRB 200826A’s host galaxy, the team was able to pick out the telltale infrared light of the supernova.A super-short gamma-ray burst defies astronomers’ expectations|Maria Temming|August 2, 2021|Science News
Like Northup’s memoir, before it recently resurfaced in public memory, the telltale clues of his last years are probably now lost to time.
But these choices are where Iron from Ice (and other Telltale properties) sets itself apart.
Telltale can give the real Game of Thrones experience, but one that you can influence.
Broken twigs, trails to nowhere, and mini-debris landslides, despite the drought, were all telltale signs of heavy use.
These changes in heart rate are usually a telltale sign of infection.
It can cause pneumonia and encephalitis, as well as the telltale rash and “measly” feeling of those who are ill.A Maddening Case of the Measles in Orthodox Jewish Brooklyn|Kent Sepkowitz|June 13, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Had he been looking at her he would have seen the telltale color tide her cheeks.The Highgrader|William MacLeod Raine
Dale's eager tone, his flashing eyes, had made her feel that her secret was there in her telltale face.The Man of the Forest|Zane Grey
However, in a few minutes he heard telltale whistles ahead, and he signaled half speed.Blow The Man Down|Holman Day
It was all that I could do to fight back the telltale moodiness I felt rising in my face, for I knew her eyes were on me.The Wasted Generation|Owen Johnson
One might guess, from telltale eyes and mouth, that his calmness did not go very deep.The Happy Family|Bertha Muzzy Bower
British Dictionary definitions for telltale
- an outward indication of something concealed
- (as modifier)a telltale paw mark
- another word for dogvane
- one of a pair of light vanes mounted on the main shrouds of a sailing boat to indicate the apparent direction of the wind