gossipy

[ gos-uh-pee ]SEE DEFINITION OF gossipy

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Gossipy John Andrews gives us the situation as it affected him.

There was an entire lack of sternness in the gossipy class-room.

They seemed comfortable; gossipy they were, and fond of mothering the girls.

"But you will think I am a gossipy old body," she continued briskly.

There was a gossipy, companionable suggestion in the bustling of the noisy waters.

Write to me every week and I'll send a good, gossipy answer.

They whiled away their solitude by gossipy chattings over the wire.

On the whole I decided I would not have up the janitor's gossipy wife.

That had been their conversation, gossipy, but tremendously enlightening for Fanny.

He was the one that had been wronged—why, hadn't they lied about him in court and to the gossipy neighbors?

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