tell secrets

See: betray, inform
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The merry going to bed would have been the best of all, for Rose wanted someone to cuddle under the blue blanket with her, there to whisper and giggle and tell secrets, as girls delight to do.
If eyes can tell secrets, she must have discovered, in my eyes, that I hungered and thirsted to see her in the hangman's hands.
It is wonderful too what she knows; you can't tell secrets in Latin before HER.
Jaffee, who was fluent in Yiddish, said that for many Mad contributors, Yiddish was "an inherently funny language that their parents would use to tell secrets and swear."
On day one, David Guison, Deegee Razon and Vina Guererro will discuss 'What It Takes to Become a Travel Influencer.' Nicole Andersson, Camille Co, and Kryz Uy will give tips on 'How to Travel in Style.' Vince Velasco will let us in on 'Staying Healthy before your Trip.' The Poor Traveler will tell secrets on how to 'Travel on a Budget.'
Freemasons allow cameras into Scots lodges for the first time and tell secrets of the past as they open ledgers dating back 400 years.
VIRGO August 24 - September 23 The Sun brings out your need to express yourself, but be careful who you tell secrets to.
We bug each other and tell secrets. We text each other.
Next to them, from the Soviet era, is a set of seven KGB Secret Police dolls (although one is a prisoner) with Russian writing that translates to: "Don't tell secrets, spies are everywhere" on the largest.
I want to create images that tell secrets and blow wide open the idea that there is one way to move through the world.
Name: Holly Connor Age: Nine Lives: Dovecot Favourite teacher: Miss McEwan as at the end of lessons we get to draw and do fun activities Strengths: Numeracy, English Could do better: Science Interests: Drawing and playing the guitar Hero: Headteacher Mrs Whittaker as she is someone you can tell secrets to TAKE A BOW: Holly Connor is Pupil of the Week