Related formstell·tale·ly, adverb
Examples from the Web for telltale
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
In every direction they searched again and again for telltale columns of smoke, but saw nothing.The Young Wireless Operator--As a Fire Patrol|Lewis E. Theiss
At this point, the wide, old boards of the floor gave a telltale snap.The Rich Little Poor Boy|Eleanor Gates
His companion's eyes happened to fall upon the telltale mark.The Mucker|Edgar Rice Burroughs
His arrows send no telltale reverberations to the distant clearing.The Grandissimes|George Washington Cable
Hardly was her pocket clear of the telltale stuff when her aunt appeared before her.While Caroline Was Growing|Josephine Daskam Bacon
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