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  • v. Present participle of gossip.

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Examples

  • But that's only half of it – to make Belle's Beauty Boutique into something really special you need to encourage specific behaviour from your customers, namely gossipping and flirting.

    SLACKERJACK – Lego Chic Boutique

  • His friendships are a kind of gossipping friendships, and those commonly within the circle of his trade, wherein he is careful principally to avoid two things, that is poor men and suretiships.

    Microcosmography or, a Piece of the World Discovered; in Essays and Characters

  • They give their work to lower class workers, while they spend their time gossipping on the internet.

    Fret Not

  • Is this story really anything more than the gossipping that we expect from TMZ? johnnie

    Has Clinton been sidelined?

  • A pleasant morning, and nice to get a chance to see the city showing its better colors; Ljubljana has many riverside cafés and it is all quite pleasant (for my tastes today with the sun, although even in the rain the locals sit outside, I think in part because one cannot smoke indoors and so (mostly) smokers are always out there gossipping and smirting and so on).

    Breakfast in Bed

  • Ellen Langer, a professor of psychology at Harvard and author of Counterclockwise, says if you are indeed called out for something, say, gossipping or being overly sensitive, another taboo office behavior, Give a reason, not an excuse ...

    Self-Sabotage At Work

  • It's been obvious for some time that Rick Orlov gets a lot of his "news" from a few blogs including this one, or just sits on his butt at City Hall gossipping with Dennis Zine then writes up whatever he says as a

    Los Angeles Politics Hotsheet for Monday

  • Several days passed on nearly in the same manner; the mornings were all spent in gossipping, shopping and dressing, and the evenings were regularly appropriated to public places, or large parties of company.

    Cecilia

  • Instead, they chose to spend lots of air time gossipping about OBama and his wife.

    Please write to Gwen Ifill: 35 Articles of Impeachment Censored

  • My friend Keith has been visiting from New York this week, which means we've been having a grand old time gossipping, eating, criticizing and recommending books, going out for coffee or drinks, etc.

    Breakfast in Bed

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