gossip column


Also found in: Thesaurus, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Translations
عمود حديث المجتمع في جريده
společenská rubrika
sladderspalte
pletykarovat
kjaftasögudálkur, slúîurdálkur
spoločenská rubrika
dedikodu sütunu

gossip column

ncronaca mondana

gossip

(ˈgosip) noun
1. talk about other people's affairs, not always truthful. I never pay any attention to gossip.
2. a chat. She dropped in for a cup of coffee and a gossip.
3. a person who listens to and passes on gossip. She's a dreadful gossip.
verb
1. to pass on gossip.
2. to chat.
ˈgossipy adjective
fond of gossiping. gossipy neighbours.
gossip column
an article in a newspaper etc containing gossip about famous people.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
YORK 1.50pm Archi's Affaire 2.25pm Love Dreams 3pm Mekong 3.35pm Blown By Wind (NAP) 4.05pm Godfather 4.40pm Poet's Dawn 5.15pm Music Society CHESTER 2.10pm Know No Limits 2.40pm Gravistas 3.10pm Eponina 3.45pm Broken Spear 4.20pm Dark Devil 4.55pm Calder Prince 5.30pm Gossip Column SANDOWN 2.05pm Wise Words 2.35pm Kodiac Express 3.15pm Sawwaah 3.50pm Artistic Rifles 4.25pm Cristal Breeze 5pm Two Bids 5.35pm Point In Time BATH 1.45pm Miss M 2.20pm Star Alexander 2.55pm Khafooq 3.30pm Power Of Darkness 4.10pm Gottardo 4.45pm Deptford Mick 5.20pm Lucky's Dream TOMORROW'S NAP: Tadasana (Salisbury 2.30pm)
Speaker Karu Jayasuriya today told Parliament he will raise concerns with a leading private newspaper over a gossip column it publishes on on its front page.
'She was with three friends,' a source told the New York Post's popular gossip column Page Six.
GOSSIP COLUMN (nb) can strike for Europe in the Dubai Duty Free Shergar Cup Classic (3.25) at Ascot this afternoon.
In the late 1950s, Smith worked as a ghostwriter for the popular 'Cholly Knickerbocker' gossip column that appeared in the Hearst newspapers. She also worked for Helen Gurley Brown as the entertainment editor for the American version of Cosmopolitan magazine.
Sidebars of information and black and white photos liberally peppered throughout the account offer visual reinforcement to the exploration, lending it the feel and tone of both a gossip column and political piece--something that probes not just Clinton interactions but the D.C.
"Then I'll do what's best and be back at it sooner than u can shake a gossip column at an out of work actor."
But this time, the engineering industry's favourite semi-serious gossip column is being upbraided for a perceived surplus of 'political' content in PE--"Please do not let the [sic] PE become another BBC lookalike," moans reader John Walker of Halifax, West Yorkshire.
In the story, dispatch written as a gossip column from Rita Skeeter in The Daily Prophet, Potter, who now "sports a nasty cut over his right cheekbone" along with his famous lightning scar and his hair slightly graying, took his sons James and Albus to visit the world cup compound, where he introduced them to Bulgarian seeker Victor Krum.
EX-CORONATION Street hottie Helen Flanagan, now starring most days in a gossip column near you, tweeted that her footballer boyfriend Scott Sinclair was away and she was missing him.
Not only does much of The Sun Also Rises take place in gossipy settings such as the cards of the Montparnasse district or Montoya's hotel, but Jake Barnes, our newspaperman narrator, writes a gossip column. There is a certain amount of spying and eavesdropping in the story as well.
Snitch--a political gossip column unlike any other in New Hampshire.