tittle-tattle


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idle, often sensational and groundless talk about others

to engage in or spread gossip

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But unlike Goodman, I was not interested in witless tittle-tattle about the royal family", Leigh added.
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.
Paul Tierney, East Kilbride IT'S time to stop the tittle-tattle between MSPs of all parties and join together and try to sort out the problems Scotland has.
Andrew Lloyd Webber is the most talkedabout man in the West End, and pretty partial to a bit of tittle-tattle himself - theatre-based, obvs.
BORO have emphatically denied transfer tittle-tattle link-k ing them with Tuncay.
But the Albion gaffer does not expect the players to be affected by transfer tittle-tattle.
11 downton abbey gossip Want some tittle-tattle about the worldwide costume drama hit?
These are the things which should be concerning the nation, not tittle-tattle about celebrities.
You should shake hands, you don't have to go for a drink afterwards with them for a tittle-tattle.
The same proportion, 67 per cent, think they hear most intently when they are trying to eavesdrop on tittle-tattle taking place nearby, reports The Telegraph.
He writes novels that are popular with people who don't normally read anything other than Jordan's most recent chunk of tittle-tattle or the latest football biog.
I suggest we talk about the economy and stop worrying about this tittle-tattle around the edge.