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
Page 147 'gossipping' to 'gossiping' 'the whole village was gossiping'Norine's Revenge; Sir Noel's Heir|May Agnes Fleming
The work now went on briskly—Mrs. Brown knitting, and Alrina stitching and gossipping between.The Wizard of West Penwith|William Bentinck Forfar
A bon mot of a pretty and sarcastic lady, at the expense of both of them, is now going the round of the gossipping circles.
There were no gossipping memoir-writers at the court of Hesse Cassel to chronicle his sayings and doings.Memoirs of Extraordinary Popular Delusions|Charles Mackay
To the old soldier he wrote a gossipping account of his voyage.With Wolfe in Canada|G. A. Henty