gossip

All Noun Verb
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  • This was probably because he had little time for small talk and social gossip.
  • I set out on the road back -- what would gossiping longer lead to? Cited from Hunger, by Knut Hamsun
  • However, the last member got cold feet and gossiped about the murder plan.
  • All this the city had been seeing and gossiping over for four months. Cited from Saxe Holm's Stories, by Helen Hunt Jackson
  • I now know better what you meant, for I have been gossiping about you. Cited from Charred Wood, by Myles Muredach
  • With all the talk of this gossip the king took wind of the story.
  • There are many places where people do gossip all the day.
  • "I hear already what our old friends are saying and gossiping about us." Cited from German Classics of the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries, Vol. VII
  • They took their colour from the gossiping society in which they seemed to live. Cited from The Collectors, by Frank Jewett Mather, Jr.
  • They never gossiped with him of horses or men or the lands he knew. Cited from The Flying U Ranch, by B. M. Bower
  • Avoid using the word to speak against yourself or to gossip about others.
  • Contemporary society gossip suggested that he demanded these as a return for his services.
  • It doesn't do any one any good to have them gossiped about. Cited from Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo, by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • He gossiped with the old man and pointed out various objects of interest. Cited from Pelle the Conqueror, by Martin Anderson Nexo
  • She wanted to get out quickly, because she knew but few, and the stars were gossiping. Cited from Sister Carrie, by Theodore Dreiser
  • In the evening of the incident people saw many students gossiping in that place.
  • Did he really know so little of the world as to take his information from gossips and servants? Cited from Roden's Corner, by Henry Seton Merriman
  • She has already moved from two previous neighborhoods because of her fear of gossip.
  • Social media has also provided a much faster way to share gossip.
  • It was a way of gossiping and passing time while they went about their household work.
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Meaning of gossip

  • noun A report (often malicious) about the behavior of other people
    the divorce caused much gossip
  • noun A person given to gossiping and divulging personal information about others