What is the opposite of gossip?

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Noun
Opposite of friendly, informal conversation
“We need to have a discussion about the progress of our current project.”
Noun
Opposite of a person who likes talking about other people's private lives
“I take my job as a journalist very seriously, and I only work off cold, hard facts.”
Noun
Opposite of information received from other people which cannot be substantiated
Noun
Opposite of informal talk
Noun
Opposite of a person who gossips
Noun
Opposite of idle talk or chatter
“An awkward silence filled the room as the crowd waited in bated breath for the magician to complete his death-defying stunt.”
Noun
Opposite of silly, trivial, or pretentious talk or writing
Noun
Opposite of information of interest, usually for a given topic or subject
Noun
Opposite of news circulating in the form of rumor or gossip
“The ring is evidence that the Hollywood star is now married to her beau.”
Noun
Opposite of a rumor or piece of gossip
“There is some truth to the claim that he is now in a relationship.”
Noun
Opposite of information about someone's activities or private life that could prove damaging if revealed
Noun
Opposite of a close friend or companion
Noun
Opposite of news or gossip that is current
“Don't give me old news! What are the current rumors?”
Noun
Opposite of the action of slandering a person without that person's knowledge
Noun
Opposite of an intentionally false statement
“You can't handle the truth!”
Noun
Opposite of a conversation between two or more people as a feature of a book, play, or film
Noun
Opposite of a currently circulating story or report of uncertain or doubtful truth
Noun
Opposite of someone who spreads worrying rumours or needlessly alarms people
Verb
Opposite of to spread rumors
“I consider it my duty to report every event that occurred during my command of that Garrison.”
Verb
Opposite of to chat idly
“We need to sit down and discuss your behavior in class.”
Verb
Opposite of to talk or chatter at length, typically on trivial subjects
“He motioned to silence the crowd as he prepared to belt the opening number for the concert.”
Verb
Opposite of to gossip idly
Verb
Opposite of to spread a rumor or rumors
“I thought he looked older, which seemed to confirm rumors about his health.”
Verb
(noise about, archaic) Opposite of to talk about or make known publicly
“I trust you and I know you will keep it a secret.”
Verb
Opposite of to make spiteful slanderous or defamatory statements about someone
Verb
(speak to/with) Opposite of to have a conversation
“They need to listen to me if they are to understand the significance of the events that are about to transpire.”
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