- v. Simple past tense and past participle of rumour.
“U2's Mother label rumoured to guarantee double any other offer.”
“Joshua Dallas is the name rumoured to be replacing Stuart Townsend.”
“Another new name rumoured to be entering the house is troubled singer Bobby Brown.”
“Shock jock HOWARD STERN is the latest big name rumoured to be in the running to take over from SIMON COWELL on AMERICAN IDOL.”
“Shock jock Howard Stern is the latest big name rumoured to be in the running to take over from Simon Cowell on American Idol.”
“I can spit and cough better than any camel (a pre-requisite for arabi) .. p.s. I have it on good authority that the sacred name rumoured to be known only by the camel is; bawbag and he ain't a druid. zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz snore zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz snore snort cough!!! cnut!!!”
“Who shuns the limelight but dates headline-grabbing Hollywood heart-throbs such as rumoured new beau Jake Gyllenhaal.”
“PS - Try not to read too much into the difference between "rumoured" and "declared".”
“January 26th to see if anything is revealed about this 'rumoured' Apple Tablet.”
“He's bugnuts babbling crazy and is "rumoured" to be having an affair with a recently inducted famous singer who is sharing a room with him in a rather exclusive "Priority" location.”
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Particularly interesting grammatical quirks.
Yes, I said interesting. Who are you looking at so strangely?
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