gossipy gossipy  /ˈɡɑ sə pi/


  • (adj) prone to friendly informal communication



  1. He first invited me on when I was just a foulmouthed blogger who ran the gossipy political site Wonkette.
  2. I heard this over and over again, never in a snide or gossipy way, always matter-of-factly.
  3. Her book is as perversely engrossing, gossipy and gamy as a clandestine conversation in the lobby.


  1. Katie Couric Isn't the New Ann Curry

    According to the latest gossipy report, the behind-the-scenes at Katie Couric's new daytime show is a tumultuous mess as her producers fight to push the show towards softball celebrity coverage and the host wanting to steer towards hard news. Sound familiar? But, according to a source close to the show, things aren't nearly as bad as they seem. 
    on July 4, 2013     Source: The Atlantic Wire via Yahoo! News

  2. Celebrity Real Estate: The glassy Marina del Rey condo...

    The glassy Marina del Rey condo once shared by gossipy talkshow comedian Chelsea Handler and her then-boyfriend, NBC chief Ted Harbert, has returned to market, asking close to $4 million. The pair split the $3.8 million purchase in 2008, but...
    on July 2, 2013     Source: Curbed LA


  1. "I hear that one of my cabinet ministers has an ex-girlfriend," Harper said. "It's none of my business, none of Mr. Duceppe's business, none of Mr. Dion's business. Mr. Duceppe and Mr. Dion are quite a group of gossipy old busybodies."
    on May 9, 2008 By: Stephen Harper Source: Vancouver Sun

  2. "I think she didn't expect it and she had to make a courageous decision because she knew people would be all gossipy, scrutinising and trying to judge her," Hardwicke said. "Ultimately she said, `I don't care what anyone says. I'm going to...
    on Nov 28, 2006 By: Catherine Hardwicke Source: Melbourne Herald Sun

  3. Damazer said Freud had attended a recent dinner for the Just a Minute team and was "vivid, funny, and gossipy", telling everyone how much he enjoyed the show. "When I became controller of Radio 4 he was one of the first people to phone me up....
    on Apr 16, 2009 By: Mark Damazer Source: guardian.co.uk

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