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gossipy

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adjective gos·sipy \ˈgä-sə-pē\

Definition of gossipy

  1. :  characterized by, full of, or given to gossip <a gossipy letter> <gossipy neighbors>



Examples of gossipy in a sentence

  1. <this book on the people who have occupied the White House is a little too gossipy to qualify as serious history>



1818

First Known Use of gossipy

1818



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