English words and Examples of Usage

Example Sentences for "gossip"

I would never tell Georgia anything personal because she is such a gossip that everyone would hear about it within a few daysThe young girls were all gossiping about which boys they liked at school.

I would never tell Georgia anything personal because she is such a gossip that everyone would hear about it within a few days.

You shouldn't talk to the secretary so much; the other people in the office are starting to gossip about the two of you.

She was away from work for a year after the birth of her baby, so she often phoned the office to hear the latest gossip about what was happening there.

When Sophie stayed overnight at Audrey's house, the two girls sat up gossiping until well after midnight.

I don't like going to parties with my mom because all her friends are these gossipy old women that like to stick their noses into other people's business.

A Hollywood gossip column has suggested the two stars of the movie are secretly having an affair.

The girls in my class are always gossiping about who is going out with whom.

You shouldn't listen to gossip. It's often not true.

If you gossip about others when they are not around, they will gossip about you too.

There is a lot of gossip floating around the school, but no one really knows why the teacher was fired.

Earl Wilson once said that gossip is when you hear something you like about someone you don't.

Will Rogers once noted that the only time people dislike gossip is when you gossip about them.

There is a Chinese proverb which observes that there is gossip every day, but if no one listens anymore the gossip will die.

A Lebanese proverb notes that he who gossips to you, gossips about you to others.

Find someone who enjoys gossiping.


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