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Synonyms for gossip

Synonyms for gossip

idle, often sensational and groundless talk about others

to engage in or spread gossip

Synonyms for gossip

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And anyone who gossiped was forced to sit on a "cucking" or ducking stool and pelted with rotten vegetables.
In all the time I've known my best friend, he has never vindictively gossiped about anyone.
Some women ceased speaking to each other and those who did speak gossiped about their neighbors.
As Oscar Wilde once said, 'there is only one thing worse than being gossiped about and that's not being gossiped about.
Still, everybody knows that gossip can have its ill effects, especially on the poor wretch being gossiped about.
Some 55pc of men said they gossiped at work, compared with 46pc of women, whose main topics were family feuds, followed by the latest storyline in EastEnders, old school friends, fashion errors and what neighbours are like.
During the course of a year, the University of Groningen researcher questioned employees about how much they gossiped and what they would talk about.
By the 14th century, anyone who gossiped in Scotland was forced to sit on a "cucking" stool and pelted with rotten vegetables.
Some 55 per cent of men said they gossiped at work, compared with 46 per cent of women whose top topics were family feuds, followed by the latest storyline in EastEnders, old school friends, fashion errors and what neighbours are like.