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- n. Alternative spelling of gossiper.
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Finally I would also try my best to avoid the busy-body gossipper from then on.
Women bonded over discussions of either (a) how appalling men are, all of them, and stupid to boot, or (b) what diet they are on now, how much they have broken it, whether it works, and how incredibly fat they are (the skinnier the gossipper, the louder she talks about being fat, in my experience).
I'll think over the matter, Mr. Diry, and if I can't get a situashun as a Washinton gossipper or a job on the _Herald_, to rite up the abberiginies of Cannadey, I may go on to Albanie, and rite up all the triks of the pollytishuns, jest to keep myself in pracktiss til we go outer offis.
She is a great gossipper; she is always, both she and her daughters, at one pilgrim's heels or another, now commending, and then preferring the excellencies of this life.
If I don't know the truth or the person being spoken about, I usually do not ever repeat what was said by the gossipper unless it is directly to that person.
I am no gossipper, though I cannot deny that I have occasionally gossipped ” a little.