Synonyms and related words:
allude to, babble, be indiscreet, be unguarded, betray, betray a confidence, blab, blabber, blurt out, burst out, call attention to, comment, disclose, divulge, ejaculate, exclaim, give away, inform, inform on, interject, leak, let drop, let fall, let slip, make reference to, mention, muse, note, observe, opine, peach, rat, refer to, reflect, remark, reveal, reveal a secret, sing, speak, spill, spill the beans, squeal, stool, talk, tattle, tattle on, tell on, tell secrets, tell tales, utter

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