other words for tittle-tattle
EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB
A tittle-tattle of bribes and rivalries disgusts the intelligent student.
At length the point of the interview began to poke its horns out of this shell of tittle-tattle.
He listened to tittle-tattle about Philotas, the son of Parmenio, one of his most trusted and faithful generals.
Tittle-Tattle—a magnificent title; the very thing to catch the multitude.'
As to scandal and tittle-tattle, none of it reached the seclusion of her convent-home, or was allowed to sully her fair mind.
When the master was not present, little Nikas would sometimes indulge in tittle-tattle with the older apprentices.
But what is all this tittle-tattle which I hear about appointments which you keep with the daughter of the Lepailleurs?
I know them better than you: they are strongholds of vanity, folly, tittle-tattle, and all the meanest vices of your sex.
She takes no interest in anything beyond the tittle-tattle of the county.
Artists themselves ought to know better than to indulge in tittle-tattle of that kind.