Definition of Dish the dirt
1. Verb. Wag one's tongue; speak about others and reveal secrets or intimacies. "Sam wants to dish the dirt with Sue "; "She won't dish the dirt"
Generic synonyms: Speak, Talk
Specialized synonyms: Bruit, Rumor, Rumour
Derivative terms: Gossip, Gossip, Gossiper, Gossiping
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Literary usage of Dish the dirt
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1. English Mechanic and World of Science: With which are Incorporated "the (1889)
"Six ounces oi snow and |oz. of dirt and sand were found in the bottom of a dish. The dirt is very fine, something like emery, and contains particles that ..."
2. Flowing Gold by Rex Beach (1922)
""dish the dirt!" "Buddy's belief, however, that your stage career was blasted and your young life laid waste by the scion of a rich New York house should, ..."