Gossips synonyms

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(--- Informal) To converse or chat, as during a visit
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(Intransitive, informal) To talk; to converse.
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To click quickly and repeatedly:
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(Psychol.) To fill in gaps in the memory with detailed accounts of fictitious events believed true by the narrator
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To chat is defined as to talk or have a friendly exchange.
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To talk is to speak, to have the power to speak, or to have a formal conversation.
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To vote (illegally) more than once in the same election
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To talk idly and at length; chatter:
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To say foolishly or unadvisedly; blab
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To reveal secret matters indiscreetly.
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To present oneself:
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To tell, report, or spread by rumor or as a rumor
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Prattle is defined as to speak in a childish way.
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(Intransitive, pejorative) To report others' wrongdoings or violations; to tell on somebody; to gossip or to disclose incriminating information.
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To talk quietly or furtively, as in gossiping, maligning, or plotting
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To talk much or loudly
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One who spreads rumors.
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A spoken remark.
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One who snoops
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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.
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Injury is defined as harm to a person or thing.
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The definition of calumny is a lie or the act of saying a lie that is intended to be hurtful.
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(Countable) A brindled cat
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Rumor:
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An established or verified fact, principle, etc.
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Find another word for gossips. In this page you can discover 26 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for gossips, like: visits, jaws, chatters, confabulates, chats, talks, repeats, prates, babbles, blabs and reports.