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gossip
  1. Someone who likes to talk about other people's private or personal business.
  2. Idle talk about someone’s private or personal matters, especially someone not present.
  3. A genre in contemporary media, usually focused on the personal affairs of celebrities.
  4. (obsolete) A sponsor; a godfather or godmother.
  5. (obsolete) A familiar acquaintance; a friend.
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  7. Examples:
    1. “There's been plenty of gossip floating around about the mayor's shenanigans.”
      “I enjoy going to the hairdresser for a haircut as well as some juicy gossip.”
      “She had a reputation for being the town's resident annoying gossip.”
gossipred
  1. Relationship by baptismal rites; spiritual affinity or parentage; sponsorship.
  2. Idle talk; gossip.
  3. Examples:
    1. “In order to remedy this marriage, fosterage, gossipred, and even concubinage with the Irish was declared high treason.”
      “The relation of gossipred or compaternity by the cannon law is a spiritual affinity.”
gossipry
gossiprede
  1. (obsolete) The relationship between a person and his sponsors.
gossipmongering
  1. The behaviour of a gossipmonger; the spreading of salacious rumours.
gossipmonger
  1. A person who spreads gossip.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “Everyone knew there was no bigger squealer than a gossipmonger.”
      “It was, after all, the moment for which every gossipmonger had been waiting.”
      “Not an eternal gossipmonger, not a social butterfly, not a comedic actress, but a very serious-minded woman with a warmth that came from the depths of her soul.”
gossipiness
  1. The state or condition of being gossipy.
gossipper
  1. Alternative spelling of gossiper
gossipping
gossipfest
  1. (slang) A session of enthusiastic gossip.
gossipeuse
  1. (informal) A female gossip.
gossiper
  1. A person who gossips.
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “Nothing worse can happen to the couple than to be discovered by this gossiper.”
      “The meal did not last long, for the aunt, who was a gossiper, was only serving delicatessen that evening.”
      “But in place of that he is only a gossiper, writing merely for the entertainment of a private circle.”
gossib
  1. (obsolete) A gossip.
gossiping
gossipmongers
  1. plural of gossipmonger
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “But I'm fascinated by how gossipmongers make medical diagnoses on the flimsiest of paparazzi photos.”
      “An eccentric rock star and his beautiful sister on a ranch in the middle of nowhere is irresistible fodder for the gossipmongers.”
      “If something happened at a luncheon or garden party it was bound to be all over the town by nightfall, thanks to gossipmongers like Lady Miller and her ilk.”
gossipeuses
  1. plural of gossipeuse
gossippings
gossipfests
  1. plural of gossipfest
gossippers
  1. plural of gossipper
gossipings
gossipers
  1. plural of gossiper
  2. Synonyms:
  3. Examples:
    1. “Of course, message boards also attract attention-seekers, pranksters and malicious gossipers.”
      “All the gaps I've been discussing are the sorts of things that bedevil, perhaps inspire, all biographers, indeed all gossipers.”
      “The same network of gossipers that are used to destroy reputations can also be used to increase your rapport with someone.”
gossipries
gossibs
  1. plural of gossib
gossips
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