How to use Gossip in a sentence as a noun

Judging by the gossip I heard while at AOL, he surely isn't the only person using AOL's offices and food without contributing to AOL, but he's the only one who isn't actually employed by AOL.

Instead there seem to be an awful lot of "gossip" and "personality" type stories.

It's tempting to dismiss this as just e-lebrity gossip, but I think that this kind of rottenness is probably more dangerous to the Valley than threats from Washington or talk of bubbles.

They too often focus on gossip and sensationalism.

They always tell you when you are interviewing you should never ***** or gossip about your old job. Articles like this are the inverse of that, the employeer is subtly bitching about every bad hire they've ever made.

The results were great- I got some useful feedback from real users, rather than hypothetical users more interested in gossip.

How to use Gossip in a sentence as a verb

You can't continue to hide your head in the sand and pretend that somehow some really cool tech will come along and save the day, so back to the Apple and SV gossip tripe.

Other than that, it's always going to be Steve Jobs, EFF, which VC trashes which other, etc -- all gossip.

The best may get paid as much as a very well off doctor or business owner, but they aren't going to fill stadiums around the world, sell millions of t-shirts or be targets of media gossip columns.

But it's like wanting to ban gossip or forbid watching television.

Humans are vindictive and focused more on stigma, gossip and the aversion to failure than in seeking out excellence and creativity.

Working on projects together, sharing gossip at meals and in tents, going on day trips and coming back with pictures and stories.

Gossip definitions


light informal conversation for social occasions


a report (often malicious) about the behavior of other people; "the divorce caused much gossip"

See also: comment scuttlebutt


a person given to gossiping and divulging personal information about others

See also: gossiper gossipmonger rumormonger rumourmonger newsmonger


wag one's tongue; speak about others and reveal secrets or intimacies; "She won't dish the dirt"


talk socially without exchanging too much information; "the men were sitting in the cafe and shooting the breeze"