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.
Origin of gossip
SYNONYMS FOR gossip
Related formsgos·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
Examples from the Web for gossipped
And Flora devoutly kissed her, then gossipped pleasantly about the other guests and the people in the neighborhood.Ancestors|Gertrude Atherton
This ceremony performed, Mr. Hardie gossipped with him; and, after a detour or two, glided to his real anxiety.Hard Cash|Charles Reade
And they two and Gwen sat down upon the bank, and laughed and gossipped together.Star of Mercia|Blanche Devereux
Generally he gossipped while the two girls worked busily away—sometimes he read to them.The History of David Grieve|Mrs. Humphry Ward
His marriage, his movements, all were gossipped over from Maine to Georgia, the extreme points of the Union.Peter Parley's Own Story|Samuel G. Goodrich