Definitions

Sorry, no definitions found. You may find more data at gossips.

Etymologies

Sorry, no etymologies found.

Examples

  • The 'Gossips' like to blame the current state of the Aussie actress on Botox or sometimes it's the 'curse of Tom Cruise', but really, I'd love to know when did Ms. Kidman turn into the porcelain faced robot we now see before us?

    Cinematical

  • The 'Gossips' like to blame the current state of the Aussie actress on Botox or sometimes it's the 'curse of Tom Cruise', but really, I'd love to know when did Ms. Kidman turn into the porcelain faced robot we now see before us?

    Cinematical

  • He pauses for nice meals in four sections called "Great Gossips of the Western World."

    Boulevardier's Delight

  • His first issue of Selection included a previously unpublished poem by William Carlos Williams called “The Gossips.”

    Raymond Carver

  • Gossips sneered and called her "A Professional Beauty," suggesting that Amelie worked at her appearance when a woman of her glass was not supposed to work at anything.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Gossips at the water cooler have learned not to say, “I would NEVER do that ….” in my presence.

    Rooms With A Skew | Her Bad Mother

  • Gossips suggested that Henry was impotent; if so, it seems unlikely that he would have felt so comfortable in his first days of marriage.

    The Five of Hearts

  • Gossips suggested that Henry was impotent; if so, it seems unlikely that he would have felt so comfortable in his first days of marriage.

    The Five of Hearts

  • Gossips speculated that Arafat had finally married in order to cover up other love affairs.

    Arafat Talks: Marriage, Peace And The Plane Crash

  • Gallops and Gossips in the Bush of Australia; or, Passages in the Life of ... by Samuel Sidney

    OpEdNews - Quicklink: Ray McGovern: Australia Bolts Iraq Over Bush's Lies

Comments

Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.