- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of rumor.
“Mr. Kim would not comment on what he characterized as rumors, but said the company has major players as partners that would "reinvent" TV over the next year.”
“Almost lost in all the rumors is the fact that this particular tiger basically ate the arm off a keeper not that long ago.”
“According to the campaign, the news about Bristol was being released in order to counter what they characterized as rumors by liberal bloggers.”
“He also rejects what he describes as rumors of Rodolfo Sanz 'dismissals from both the CVG corporate presidency and the Ministry of Basic Industries & Mining (Mibam) ... he says the rumors are getting "stranger and stranger" and that he (Arcila) and Sanz "are alive and kicking.”
“The company said it was astonished by what it called rumors from the United States.”
“Hankins also debunked what he called rumors that have surfaced since Beckwith arrived at Baylor.”
“At Tuesday's press conference, Robert and Pam Champion confirmed that their son was gay, but rejected what they called "rumors" that his sexual orientation made him a hazing target.”
“Twitter co-founder says it prizes independence Twitter Inc. co-founder Biz Stone said his company wants to remain independent despite what he called "rumors" it could be acquired.”
“Twitter Inc. co-founder Biz Stone said his company wants to remain independent despite what he called "rumors" it could be acquired.”
‘rumors’ hasn't been added to any lists yet.
Looking for tweets for rumors.