tittle-tattle

noun
tit·tle-tat·tle | \ˈti-tᵊl-ˌta-tᵊl \

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tittle-tattle intransitive verb

First Known Use of tittle-tattle

circa 1529, in the meaning defined above

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reduplication of tattle entry 2

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The first known use of tittle-tattle was circa 1529

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tittle-tattle

noun

English Language Learners Definition of tittle-tattle

: talk about things that are not important or interesting

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