Related formsgos·sip·i·ness, nounun·gos·sip·y, adjective
Examples from the Web for gossipy
We merely want the gossipy, titillating stories of sculpted men and women pumping and screaming.
He's become an Internet sensation for his beauty tips and gossipy reality series.‘The Avenue’ Star Gregory Gorgeous: Trapped in the YouTube Closet?|Adam Auriemma|January 23, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The Oath By Jeffrey Toobin My CNN colleague has produced a book on the Supreme Court that is somehow both wonky and gossipy.Our Favorite Books of 2012: Tina Brown, Andrew Sullivan, and Others’ Picks|The Daily Beast|December 11, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Its gossipy anecdotes are lively, memorable, and at times gloriously unreliable.
In its gossipy pages, it is recognition and reward that are valued, not the pursuit of truth.Deborah Copaken Kogan’s Novel ‘The Red Book’ Examines the Cult of Achievement|Katharine Herrup|April 4, 2012|DAILY BEAST
For there was a gossipy suggestion in the tone of the old man which made a show of non-certainty of possible value.Ashton-Kirk, Criminologist|John T. McIntyre
It will be sent round to half-a-dozen of these gossipy papers the day after Parliament goes down.Dorothy's Double|G. A. Henty
Some children have inherited a gossipy nature and some have been unfortunately trained.Self Knowledge and Guide to Sex Instruction|T. W. Shannon
That had been their conversation, gossipy, but tremendously enlightening for Fanny.Fanny Herself|Edna Ferber
He appeared to be a chivalrous, gossipy old gentleman, and said that he was the last South Carolinian to stand by the Union.Campaigns of a Non-Combatant,|George Alfred Townsend