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To commit the fraudulent offense of voting more than once in a single election.
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  1. To commit the fraudulent offense of voting more than once in a single election.
  2. To do or experience something again, especially to win a championship for a second time in a row.
  3. To do, experience, or produce again:
A low, bubbling sound
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  1. A low, bubbling sound
  2. A continuous low, murmuring sound, as of flowing water.
  3. Confused, incoherent talk or vocal sounds
A series of quick rattling or clicking sounds.
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  1. A series of quick rattling or clicking sounds.
  2. Communication, such as e-mail and cell phone calls, between people who are involved in terrorism or espionage, as monitored by a government agency.
  3. The sharp, rapid sounds made by some birds and animals.
Casual or trivial conversation.
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  1. Casual or trivial conversation.
  2. Alternative spelling of small talk.
  3. Light conversation about common, everyday things; chitchat
Unverified information heard or received from another; rumor.
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  1. Unverified information heard or received from another; rumor.
  2. Something one has heard but does not know to be true; rumor; gossip
  3. An out of court statement offered for the truth of the matter asserted. Testimony of a witness as to statements made by another individual who is not present in the courtroom to testify; generally not admissible because of unreliability (the hearsay rule), but there have been many significant exceptions to the rule, where there are certain indicia of reliability. See also excited utterance. An out of court statement offered for the truth of the matter asserted. Testimony of a witness as to statements made by another individual who is not present in the courtroom to testify; generally not admissible because of unreliability (the hearsay rule), but there have been many significant exceptions to the rule, where there are certain indicia of reliability. See also excited utterance.
Unverified information received from another; hearsay.
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  1. Unverified information received from another; hearsay.
  2. General talk not based on definite knowledge; mere gossip; hearsay
  3. A piece of unverified information of uncertain origin usually spread by word of mouth.
Damage to reputation or character caused by public disclosure of immoral or grossly improper behavior; disgrace.
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  1. Damage to reputation or character caused by public disclosure of immoral or grossly improper behavior; disgrace.
  2. Talk that is damaging to one's character; malicious gossip.
  3. A person, thing, or circumstance that causes or ought to cause disgrace or outrage:
Information about recent events or happenings, especially as reported by means of newspapers, websites, radio, television, and other forms of media.
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  1. Information about recent events or happenings, especially as reported by means of newspapers, websites, radio, television, and other forms of media.
  2. Any person or thing thought to merit special attention in such reports
  3. A presentation of such information, as in a newspaper or on a newscast:
A false and malicious statement or report about someone.
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  1. A false and malicious statement or report about someone.
  2. (Law) Oral communication of false and malicious statements that damage the reputation of another.
  3. Falsely spoken words that tend to damage another person’s reputation; defamation. The truth of such words is an absolute defense against slander. Unlike libel, unless the slander is defamatory per se, damages caused by slander must be proven by the plaintiff. See also libel. Falsely spoken words that tend to damage another person’s reputation; defamation. The truth of such words is an absolute defense against slander. Unlike libel, unless the slander is defamatory per se, damages caused by slander must be proven by the plaintiff. See also libel.
A false statement maliciously made to injure another's reputation.
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  1. A false statement maliciously made to injure another's reputation.
  2. A false and malicious statement meant to hurt someone's reputation
  3. A false and malicious statement about someone that is intended to injure his or her reputation. See also obloquy, defamation, and slander. A false and malicious statement about someone that is intended to injure his or her reputation. See also obloquy, defamation, and slander.
A defaming or being defamed; detraction, slander, or libel
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  1. A defaming or being defamed; detraction, slander, or libel
  2. The act of defaming; calumny, slander, or libel.
  3. The utterance of a false statement that harms the reputation of another. Although most state laws require that a defamatory statement be made with knowledge of its falsehood, in some jurisdictions a cause of action exists for negligent defamation. Libel (involving a written false statement, including statements transmitted on the Internet) and slander (spoken, as opposed to written, false statements), are both forms of defamation. The utterance of a false statement that harms the reputation of another. Although most state laws require that a defamatory statement be made with knowledge of its falsehood, in some jurisdictions a cause of action exists for negligent defamation. Libel (involving a written false statement, including statements transmitted on the Internet) and slander (spoken, as opposed to written, false statements), are both forms of defamation.
A particular form of hurt, damage, or loss:
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  1. A particular form of hurt, damage, or loss:
  2. Physical harm or damage to a person, property, etc.
  3. Damage or harm done to or suffered by a person or thing:
The plant, a vine of genus Vitis, on which grapes grow
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  1. The plant, a vine of genus Vitis, on which grapes grow
  2. An informal person-to-person means of circulating information or gossip.
  3. A secret means of spreading or receiving information; also, the spreading of news or gossip from one person to another
The act of snooping
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  1. The act of snooping
  2. A person who snoops
  3. One who snoops.
One who meddles or interferes in something not of their concern.
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  1. One who meddles or interferes in something not of their concern.
Either of two similar bird species in the shorebird genus Heteroscelus (Tringa in some taxonomies).
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  1. Either of two similar bird species in the shorebird genus Heteroscelus (Tringa in some taxonomies).
  2. A device fitted to a vehicle to measure mileage etc.
  3. One who tattles (notifies authorities of illicit behavi) or is inclined to do so; a tattletale.
  1. Journalist
  2. A person who spreads news; esp., a gossip
  3. One who spreads news, especially a gossip.
A person who gossips maliciously and spreads scandal
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  1. A person who gossips maliciously and spreads scandal
  2. One who spreads malicious gossip.
  3. A person who trades in gossip. A person who collects and disseminates rumors.
A person who collects odds and ends
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  1. A person who collects odds and ends
  2. One who compulsively collects or hoards small objects.
  3. Any of various birds of the family Corvidae having a long tail and black, blue, or green plumage with white markings, and noted for their chattering call, especially Pica hudsonia, of western North America, and P. pica, of Eurasia and Africa.
An extremely talkative person.
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  1. An extremely talkative person.
  2. (Informal) One who chats or talks to excess (especially a child).
One that babbles:
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  1. One that babbles:
  2. Any of numerous songbirds of the family Timaliidae, found mostly in tropical and subtropical Southeast Asian and African forests.
Any of various fishes having unusually large mouths.
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  1. Any of various fishes having unusually large mouths.
  2. (Slang) A loudmouthed or gossipy person.
  3. (Slang) one who talks too much or says things which should not be said
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  1. Blather.
  2. A talkative, foolish person
A kind of bird, many species of which are colourful and able to mimic human speech, of the order Psittaciformes.
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  1. A kind of bird, many species of which are colourful and able to mimic human speech, of the order Psittaciformes.
  2. Any of numerous primarily tropical and subtropical birds of the order Psittaciformes, characterized by a short hooked bill, brightly colored plumage, and, in some species, the ability to mimic human speech or other sounds.
  3. A person who mechanically repeats the words or acts of others, usually without full understanding
(Informal) A person who blabs
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  1. (Informal) A person who blabs
  2. One who talks indiscreetly or incessantly.
  3. A gossip
(--- Nautical) One of the brightly colored lengths of yarn or ribbon attached to the shrouds, stays, or sails of a sailboat, serving to indicate wind direction relative to the boat's motion.
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  1. (--- Nautical) One of the brightly colored lengths of yarn or ribbon attached to the shrouds, stays, or sails of a sailboat, serving to indicate wind direction relative to the boat's motion.
  2. A row of dangling ropes, etc. hung over a railroad track to warn trainmen, riding on top of a car, of an approaching low bridge, tunnel, etc.
  3. A ribbon, piece of yarn, etc. attached to a sail, shroud, etc. on a sailboat to indicate wind direction
Alternative spelling of fussbudget.
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An extremely conventional or priggish person.
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  1. An extremely conventional or priggish person.
To reveal other people's secrets; tell tales
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  1. To reveal other people's secrets; tell tales
  2. To reveal the plans or activities of another, especially ones that are secret or improper:
  3. (Intransitive, pejorative) To report others' wrongdoings or violations; to tell on somebody; to gossip or to disclose incriminating information.
To speak in a childish way; babble
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  1. To speak in a childish way; babble
  2. (Intransitive) To speak incessantly and in a childish manner; to babble.
  3. To utter or express by chattering foolishly or babbling.
(Idiomatic) To lie, to be making false claims.
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  1. (Idiomatic) To lie, to be making false claims.
To talk or converse in a light, easy, informal manner
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  1. To talk or converse in a light, easy, informal manner
  2. (Comput.) To hold a real-time electronic conversation by exchanging typed messages
  3. (Computers) To participate in a synchronous exchange of remarks with one or more people over a computer network.
To utter a rapid series of short, inarticulate, speechlike sounds:
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  1. To utter a rapid series of short, inarticulate, speechlike sounds:
  2. To vibrate or rattle while in operation:
  3. To talk rapidly, incessantly, and on trivial subjects; jabber.
To tell, report, or spread by rumor or as a rumor
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  1. To tell, report, or spread by rumor or as a rumor
To give a formal statement or official account of; announce formally (the results of an investigation, etc.)
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  1. To give a formal statement or official account of; announce formally (the results of an investigation, etc.)
  2. To write or provide an account or summation of for publication or broadcast:
  3. To present oneself:
(Intransitive) To tell tales; to gossip without reserve or discretion.
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  1. (Intransitive) To tell tales; to gossip without reserve or discretion.
  2. To reveal (secret matters), especially through indiscreet or unreserved talk.
  3. To give away (a secret) in idle chatter
To talk foolishly or too much; blab
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  1. To talk foolishly or too much; blab
  2. To blurt out impulsively; disclose without careful consideration.
  3. To utter a meaningless confusion of words or sounds:
To talk idly and at length; chatter:
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  1. To talk idly and at length; chatter:
  2. To tell idly; blab
  3. To talk much and foolishly; chatter
  1. Idle talk; gossip.
  2. Spiritual relationship or affinity; gossiprede; special intimacy.
  3. Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
Unverified information heard or received from another; rumor.
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  1. Unverified information heard or received from another; rumor.
  2. (Law) evidence: an out-of-court statement offered in court for the truth of the matter asserted; normally inadmissible because not subject to cross-examination, unless the hearsay statement falls under one of the many exceptions
  3. (Law) evidence based on the reports of others rather than on personal knowledge; normally inadmissible because not made under oath
A spoken or written account of an event, usually presented in detail:
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  1. A spoken or written account of an event, usually presented in detail:
  2. A formal account of the proceedings or transactions of a group:
  3. An explosive noise:
General talk not based on definite knowledge; mere gossip; hearsay
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  1. General talk not based on definite knowledge; mere gossip; hearsay
  2. A piece of unverified information of uncertain origin usually spread by word of mouth.
  3. An unconfirmed report, story, or statement in general circulation
Spreading gossip or rumor.
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  1. Spreading gossip or rumor.
An idle, trifling talker; a gossip.
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  1. An idle, trifling talker; a gossip.
  2. Petty, idle gossip
  3. Petty gossip; trivial talk.
Discourse or talk; speech:
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  1. Discourse or talk; speech:
  2. A command or direction; an order:
  3. News:
(Slang) Gossip; rumor.
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  1. (Slang) Gossip; rumor.
  2. A drinking fountain on a ship.
  3. (Nautical) A cask on a ship used to hold the day's supply of drinking water.
Loose chatter; gossip
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  1. Loose chatter; gossip
  2. A person who blabs
  3. One who blabs; a babbler; a telltale; a gossip or gossiper.
  1. Journalist
  2. A person who spreads news; esp., a gossip
  3. One who spreads news, especially a gossip.
One who spreads rumors.
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  1. One who spreads rumors.
  2. A person who spreads rumors and gossip.
One who spreads malicious gossip.
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  1. One who spreads malicious gossip.
  2. A person who gossips maliciously and spreads scandal
  3. A person who trades in gossip. A person who collects and disseminates rumors.
A light-colored cat with darker stripes, sometimes of another color
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  1. A light-colored cat with darker stripes, sometimes of another color
  2. Any domestic cat, esp. a female
  3. A domestic cat with a coat that has stripes or swirls of darker fur on a lighter background.
An indiscreet person who spreads gossip.
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  1. An indiscreet person who spreads gossip.
  2. One who spreads malicious stories or gossip.
  1. Storyteller
  2. A person who tells tales
  3. One who tells stories; a storyteller.
A person who tattles; gossip or informer
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  1. A person who tattles; gossip or informer
  2. Either of two similar bird species in the shorebird genus Heteroscelus (Tringa in some taxonomies).
  3. One who tattles (notifies authorities of illicit behavi) or is inclined to do so; a tattletale.
An informer or talebearer
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  1. An informer or talebearer
  2. One who tattles (reports others' wrongdoings), often by a child seeking attention.
A row of dangling ropes, etc. hung over a railroad track to warn trainmen, riding on top of a car, of an approaching low bridge, tunnel, etc.
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  1. A row of dangling ropes, etc. hung over a railroad track to warn trainmen, riding on top of a car, of an approaching low bridge, tunnel, etc.
  2. (--- Nautical) One of the brightly colored lengths of yarn or ribbon attached to the shrouds, stays, or sails of a sailboat, serving to indicate wind direction relative to the boat's motion.
  3. A ribbon, piece of yarn, etc. attached to a sail, shroud, etc. on a sailboat to indicate wind direction
Someone who tells secrets; a gossip.
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  1. Someone who tells secrets; a gossip.
  2. A person or thing that whispers
  3. (Informal) A person, esp. a trainer, regarded as having a special rapport with (a specified type of animal)
(Slang) A woman who is a gossip or busybody
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  1. (Slang) A woman who is a gossip or busybody
  2. A woman who meddles in the business of others; a busybody; a woman gossip; a gossipmonger
  3. A person, especially a woman, who is considered to be meddlesome or gossipy.
To give away (a secret) in idle chatter
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  1. To give away (a secret) in idle chatter
  2. (Intransitive) To tell tales; to gossip without reserve or discretion.
  3. To reveal (secret matters), especially through indiscreet or unreserved talk.
To spread about (a report, rumor, etc.)
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  1. To spread about (a report, rumor, etc.)
  2. To make noise or a noise
  3. To talk much or loudly
To spread or tell by rumor.
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  1. To spread or tell by rumor.
To speak or know how to speak (a language or a language variety):
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  1. To speak or know how to speak (a language or a language variety):
  2. To utter or pronounce words:
  3. To speak about or discuss (something) or give expression to (something):
To reveal (something about someone) to another, as through gossiping.
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  1. To reveal (something about someone) to another, as through gossiping.
  2. To reveal other people's secrets; tell tales
  3. To talk idly; chatter; gossip
To spread gossip
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  1. To spread gossip
  2. To engage in such gossip
  3. To talk idly or foolishly; gossip.
To tell (something) to (someone) privately or as a secret
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  1. To tell (something) to (someone) privately or as a secret
  2. To say or tell privately or secretly.
  3. To talk quietly or furtively, as in gossiping, maligning, or plotting
Find another word for gossip. In this page you can discover 91 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for gossip, like: malicious talk, repeat, babble, chatter, meddling, small talk, whispering gallery, hearsay, rumor, scandal and news.