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Synonyms for gossipy

inclined to gossip

Synonyms for gossipy

prone to friendly informal communication

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ORDINARY LIES BBC1 9pm Mount Pleasant actress Sally Lindsay (above, who plays Kathy Kavanagh) takes centre stage tonight as juicy revelations about the gossipy PA's marriage unfold.
The gossipy news site set up a tournament bracket pitting what it deemed the 16 ugliest city accents in the United States against one another.
Now a reader, Eva, has sent me a delightful one she found in a hotel at Gatehouse of Fleet in Scotland: A gossipy tongue is a dangerous thing If its owner is thoughtless at heart.
Getting even more gossipy, Rayan criticised some quick-to-fame performers as getting to the top with their cash alone, not their vocal talent.
Cissie and Ada, the two gossipy old gals created by Les, aided and abetted by Roy Barraclough, appear in a new show called An Hysterical Rectomy.
Why does the Vatican prefer to listen to gossipy, backbiting, reputation-trashing, career-ruining opponents of Vatican II--which these complainers appear to believe is the only council in 2.
Her close-knit group of gossipy wise-cracking friends are soon on hand to offer their advice, but it becomes clear they have romantic problems of their own.
As with his prior "Punks" and the various incarnations of "Noah's Arc," this is an enjoyable romp that touches on some serious issues while providing plenty of gossipy, quippy and hard-bodied escapism.
Now, your new neighbors won't be gossipy and interfering, most likely.
Faceless cowards who leak half-truths and lies are pathetic little Gollums who thrive in gossipy nastiness and who shrivel if they are forced to say their name.
The author brings both the unusual setting and likeable characters to life in a lively manner through the use of a chatty, gossipy story-telling voice which she achieves by including many footnotes that take on the role of the little explanatory, humorous asides that are so common in oral story telling.
The book veers between a study of the philosophy of both subjects and a gossipy account of their several affairs and personal entanglements.
Well, you never know, but if you can believe gossipy US magazine, AP isn't taking any chances.
Cheever's erudite yet gossipy literary history is irresistible, full of fleshed-out historical figures who may be merely shadows to high school students.