Definition Of gossips

verb

casual or unconstrained conversation or reports about other people, typically involving details that are not confirmed as being true.

he became the subject of much local gossip

engage in gossip.

they would start gossiping about her as soon as she left

Example Of gossips

  • A list of six names was compiled by the gossips and rumour-mongers of Belgravia, among them key figures from high society - aristocracy, government ministers and film stars.

  • After the show we all sat in the bar and chatted and gossiped .

  • All the gaps I've been discussing are the sorts of things that bedevil, perhaps inspire, all biographers, indeed all gossipers .

  • Also, I am totally intolerant of gossips and most annoying people.

  • And my respect is never earned by idle-minded gossips , no matter how ancient they might be.


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