To discern, notice, identify or distinguish. (verb)
To reveal. (verb)
To be revealed. (verb)
To have an effect, especially a noticeable one; to be apparent, to be demonstrated. (verb)
A reflexive, often habitual behavior, especially one occurring in a context that often features attempts at deception by persons under psychological stress (such as a poker game or police interrogation), that reveals information that the person exhibiting the behavior is attempting to withhold. (noun)
A mound, originally in the Middle East, over or consisting of the ruins of ancient settlements. (noun)
Examples of word tell
Someone tell me we still have Batswana and Fiji on boardâ€¦â€¦anyoneâ€¦â€¦..tell me what to thinkâ€¦..
I won't tell you what it is now, but at the party I'll do better than _tell_ you; I'll _show_ you.
-- But, tell him from me, running to the trunk after her purse, and shaking it just at my ear, -- _tell him_, he shall never be a penny the better for this.
Pray tell me, only _tell me_, and he caught one of my hands, if this letter does not fix the _very_ day of your setting out for France?
But tell me, Â—tell me something, Â—tell me everything, Danforth, before I die!