Definition of gossipy
: characterized by, full of, or given to gossip a gossipy letter gossipy neighbors
Examples of gossipy in a Sentence
this book on the people who have occupied the White House is a little too gossipy to qualify as serious history
Recent Examples of gossipy from the Web
Spectators at the Senate hearing will probably be treated to a gossipy inside look at the quirky interactions between these two unpredictable men.
Who could have predicted that the season’s most gossipy read would be about a presidential candidate, not a movie star?
But the company’s caveats couldn’t keep the $11 billion figure out of a flurry of headlines in publications ranging from tech-centric CNET to Wall Street chronicler Business Insider to Britain’s gossipy Daily Mail.
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