Idiom:  kiss and tell

Meaning

Idiom:  kiss and tell

  • to betray someone by revealing someone’s private information in public (especially regarding a relationship with someone)


Example sentences

  • She’s not my friend anymore—I didn’t think she was the type that would kiss and tell but that’s exactly what she did.
  • I hate it when celebrities kiss and tell after they get divorced.
  • Guys often kiss and tell to brag to their friends.
  • I'd certainly a buy biography of Katie Holmes if she every decides to kiss and tell about her marriage to Tom Cruise.
  • Many celebrities can't kiss and tell because of child custody arrangements.
  • She's not kissing and telling because she signed a confidentiality agreement.
  • Don't send naked selfies! Your boyfriend might kiss and tell.
  • Please stop. I don't want to hear you kiss and tell about Samantha.
  • It was really awkward when Samantha started to kiss and tell at Happy Hour yesterday.


Synonyms

  • lay something bare
  • spill the beans
  • go public
  • let in on
  • have a loose tongue
  • let the cat out of the bag

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