loose talk


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loose talk

Uninhibited, indiscreet talk or conversation, especially as might unintentionally lead to revealing private or sensitive information to others. The details of this project are extremely confidential, so there can't be any loose talk about it whatsoever.
See also: loose, talk
References in classic literature ?
Involuntarily he glanced up and around to see if there were any trace of those opportune levin-flashes and thunderbolts which, in the "Acta Sanctorum," were wont so often to cut short the loose talk of the scoffer.
The wretched creature had entirely forgotten her own loose talk, after she had drunk Miss Ladd's good wine to the last drop in the bottle.
His loose talk and his outright sexism have endangered his chances in the prestigious Sports Personality of the Year award.
So it's loose talk to say Dublin can come along and win everything.
8 (Petra)-- US Defense Secretary, Ash Carter on Saturday accused Russia of endangering world order, citing its incursions in Ukraine and loose talk about nuclear weapons, and said the U.
Chat show host Jonathan Ross began as a researcher on Channel 4 show Loose Talk and in 1987 launched The Last Resort With Jonathan Ross on the same channel before moving to the BBC in 2001 with Friday Night With Jonathan Ross.
He was back in 1984 for a comedy spoof of the quiz for an episode of The Young Ones Chat show host Jonathan Ross began as a researcher on Channel 4 show Loose Talk and in 1987 launched The Last Resort With Jonathan Ross on the same channel before moving to the BBC in 2001 with Friday Night With Jonathan Ross.
The judge said, "I have resigned because of the loose talk of Imran Khan.
His work over the years has included radio and TV shows like Saturday Zoo, Loose Talk, The Mark Thomas Product and writing for the New Statesman.
DON'T MISS Denise Welch's great new LOOSE TALK column in the Gazette every Thursday
The three players, through loose talk and unsubstantiated bragging, brought the game into disrepute, and hence, have been held guilty of the lesser offence.
Obama said, "The biggest driver of these high gas prices is speculation about possible war in the Middle East, which is why we've been trying to reduce some of the loose talk about war there.
US President Barack Obama has said that : "Already there is too much loose talk of war .
Already, there is too much loose talk of war," he said.
Which means that when everything is winding down elsewhere the hotel bar remains a hotbed of tips and loose talk, awash with brandy and bourbon.