tittle-tattle


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idle, often sensational and groundless talk about others

to engage in or spread gossip

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So, to return, helter-skelter and pell-mell, to tittle-tattle .
But unlike Goodman, I was not interested in witless tittle-tattle about the royal family", Leigh added.
The reason David issued the statement that he did is precisely to avoid the sort of nonsense and tittle-tattle that is around.
He added: "The way in which this information was reported, coupled with Jacqueline Peel's tendency to tittle-tattle, didn't make Mrs Kenworthy feel that there was an immediate risk.
As chief executive he was under enormous pressure and from what I heard - and it may have been tittle-tattle - was not the most popular man there.
Certainly what you do in intelligence is a bit of tittle-tattle here and a bit more information there.
All they were interested in - urged on by the Government - was salacious tittletattle and unjustified innuendo PHOENIX FOUR SPOKESMAN ''All they were interested in - urged on by the Government - was salacious tittle-tattle and unjustified innuendo.
Instead of wading into a 'fading TV star' and coming up with tittle-tattle about minority parties, I hope the Sunday Mercury will lead a campaign to elect Joanna Lumley as Prime Minister and jettison our MPs into a spin-off series of 'Absolutely Fabulous - if you can get it
From the flood of informed speculation, intelligence tittle-tattle and political sabre-rattling that followed those terrible bombings, only one thing can be said with certainty.
Certain people are ravenous for any scraps of tittle-tattle they can unearth about the sex lives of their friends and neighbors, Pablo Picasso and Marie-Therese Walther, Tom Cruise and Penelope Cruz; certain others remain tranquilly or passionately uninterested in the sex lives of anybody ever, always and forever.
Evening Telegraph reporters got this exclusive information, not from rumours or tittle-tattle but from sources within the clubs and within the borough council.
Weaving through all this tittle-tattle is a narrative.
There, deliberately, I browsed through the film magazines to fill my mind with Hollywood schlock and tittle-tattle.
It is, in fact, a voice that could curdle cream at 20 paces" Labour MP Angela Eagle's "honeyed delivery" as described by parliamentary commentator Quentin Letts "There is an unpleasant characteristic emerging whereby people are picking up little scraps, trifles, tittle-tattle, gossip and rumour and then parlaying that into a book.
Thankfully I respect their privacy far too much to ever join in with such celebrity romance tittle-tattle.