rumour-monger


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rumour-monger

n
a person who is given to spreading rumours
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As usual the rumour-monger attributed the information to an official body -- Adnoc Distribution.
So who is the irresponsible rumour-monger who came up with this?
The rumour-monger posted a message on the blogging service that said: "Just heard from my sources - Edinburgh trams officially cancelled.
A heartless SNP rumour-monger spread claims cocaine could have caused the Labour activist's death.
IF THE rumour-mongers really think Tumble's Lucy Mecklenburgh has fallen for someone on the show, they need to think again.
Or whether some mischievous rumour-mongers decided to club rumours of Hrithik Roshan leaving his parents' home with some more masala on Abhishek doing the same.
FORMER Cuban leader Fidel Castro has criticised rumour-mongers who claim he is on his death bed.
IF ONE believes online rumour-mongers that Kevin Wilkin is battling hard to keep his Nuneaton Town manager's job, then the 2-0 away win at Harrogate on Saturday will certainly silence those speculators for the time being.
FRUSTRATED Jimmy Calder wood last night blasted the rumour-mongers who claimed he'll be sacked within 48 hours.
Rumour-mongers were yesterday quick to point out Coleman's love of gambling, and it's true the Stanley chief does love a coup.
However, the watchdog said it was not on a witch hunt against short sellers, but was trying to track down the rumour-mongers.
She even took their four-month-old baby son Sean Preston to a Hindu temple for a blessing without Kev - and rumour-mongers feared the worst for their relationship.