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  • Info A rumor or rumour (see spelling differences) is "a tall tale of explanations of events circulating from person to person and pertaining to an object, event, or issue in public concern". more...
  • Such large-scale promotion brought about rumors that the band might break up.
  • He is rumored to be working on a music video/single under the same title.
  • Over the last several years he has been rumored as a potential political candidate.
  • Since the incident, there has been much rumor released into the press about what happened.
  • The two of them visit the town, and hear a rumor that troops will soon come.
  • Nothing has been confirmed, and his death is now regarded as a rumor.
  • This caused various rumors in the press about religious problems between himself and other members and many fans.
  • Other speed parts have been rumored, but they are difficult to find.
  • This rumor is regarded as false since there has been no information about such an episode.
  • As news and rumors of the fighting spread, action was taken on many levels.
  • Immediately after Washington's death, rumors about how Washington died began to surface.
  • In addition, there were rumors they had been having an affair prior to their marriage.
  • A rumor has it that one of our three friends will go on a business trip there.
  • From that point forward, rumors about the need to reform the constitution began.
  • These rumors then made their way into popular culture.
  • There has never been any evidence to support the rumors.
  • A year later, it was rumored that he was lost in the village the family lived in.
  • Few negative rumors about him, popular in the last few years of his life, survived after his death.
  • As time goes by, the pressure of the rumors finally cause the doctor to look for a new practice.
  • Rumor has it that the problems with his first wife started his gambling problem.
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Synonyms of rumor

Meaning of rumor

  • noun Gossip (usually a mixture of truth and untruth) passed around by word of mouth
  • verb Tell or spread rumors
    It was rumored that the next president would be a woman