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information a telephone service that can tell the caller the phone number of a person or business. [1/2 definitions]
instruct to teach; educate; tell. [1/2 definitions]
jester someone hired to tell jokes in royal courts during the Middle Ages in Europe. Jesters often made fun of court life.
kid2 (informal) to tell a lie to or fool. [1/2 definitions]
leprechaun an elf in Irish folklore who knows about secret treasure. He must tell the location of the treasure to whomever can catch him.
linking verb a verb that connects a subject to the words that tell about the subject. In the sentence, "I was very tired," "was" is a linking verb.
malign to speak badly of or tell harmful lies about.
narrate to tell the tale or give an account of; relate.
New Testament the books of the Christian Bible that tell of the life and works of Jesus Christ and his apostles.
notify to tell about; give notice of.
number a unit in math with a fixed value that is used in counting or to tell the position of something in a series. Four, four tenths, and four hundred are all numbers. Numbers can also be written in numerals: 4, 0.4, 400. [1/9 definitions]
order to tell to do in a firm way; give a command to. [1/10 definitions]
pantomime to tell by gestures, and without words. [1/3 definitions]
perjury the crime of telling a lie in a court after promising under oath to tell the truth.
preach to give advice to the public; tell or encourage others to accept. [1/2 definitions]
predict to tell in advance that something will happen.
prediction the act of telling or trying to tell what will happen in the future. [1/2 definitions]
relate to tell the story of. [1/4 definitions]
repeat to tell to another. [1/5 definitions]
report to tell; state. [1/5 definitions]
reveal to make known; tell. [1/2 definitions]