If you dish a hee-yuge secret about yourself to a rumormonger
, your rep can be destroyed in minutes.
like drama and often spread half-truths or lies by talking behind others' backs.
The fund manager (regarded as something of a prophet by his fans but as a rumormonger
by critics) has for several years argued to journalists and regulators that Tyco has been engaging "aggressive accounting and financial engineering.
As Gardner reasons, "if people would heed [the investment warnings], securities fraudsters could hype, tout, rumormonger
and scam to their hearts' content without being able to manipulate markets or hurt anyone.
Edgar Hoover's FBI and various mob figures, and winding up as a "cruel, spiteful rumormonger
In just four years he has gone from reactionary rumormonger
to openly gay journalist deeply skeptical of his former allies.
makes a game of spreading rumors, with each player taking a turn as rumormonger
The complete collapse of road and telecom connectivity has created a situation where rumormongers
and anti-social elements are adding to the miseries of the flood victims and the administration, which is trying to help the suffering masses.
In the face of this tension, courtiers' "tongues concealed, eyebrows furled, lips twisted, eyes trembled, and rumormongers
gained ground" (al-ahina tukanni wa-l-hawedib tataghtimazu wa-l-shifeth taltawi wa-l-dyun takhtaliju wa-l-wusha tadibbu).
Experts and rumormongers
said the duck hunting was finished, that it would be years and even decades before the marshes would come back.
Instead, he focuses on dramatists who feature men whose informational authority is based on their earwitnessing when subjected to male rumormongers
The Army Command warns rumormongers
that it will not be lenient in protecting the reputation of its military and retains the right to summon those who make accusations at random for investigation .