verb (used without object), gos·siped or gos·sipped, gos·sip·ing or gos·sip·ping.
verb (used with object), gos·siped or gos·sipped, gos·sip·ing or gos·sip·ping.
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Origin of gossip
synonym study for gossip
OTHER WORDS FROM gossipgos·sip·ing·ly, adverbin·ter·gos·sip, verb, in·ter·gos·siped or in·ter·gos·sipped, in·ter·gos·sip·ing.un·gos·sip·ing, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for gossip
Every new report veered the vane on this old gossiper's steeple, and he went on believing one day and disbelieving the next.
The meal did not last long, for the aunt, who was a gossiper, was only serving delicatessen that evening.Nobody's Boy|Hector Malot
Nothing worse can happen to the couple than to be discovered by this gossiper.The Complete Opera Book|Gustav Kobb
But in place of that he is only a gossiper, writing merely for the entertainment of a private circle.Life of Adam Smith|John Rae
The garrulous chroniclers, and saintly Bede himself, that primeval gossiper, afford abundant evidence of such secret revelations.Amenities of Literature|Isaac Disraeli