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.
The rumour-monger posted a message on the blogging service that said: "Just heard from my sources - Edinburgh trams officially cancelled.
So who is the irresponsible rumour-monger who came up with this?
A heartless SNP rumour-monger spread claims cocaine could have caused the Labour activist's death.
The cabinet also warned against rumour-mongers of an existing security threat in some areas of the capital and elsewhere in the country, dismissing such rumours as groundless, but they should be taken with utmost seriousness and vigilance.
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.
GENERAL manager Jaimie Longmuir has taken aim at the rumour-mongers who have wrongly predicted the Newcastle Vipers' demise this season.
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.