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rumour-monger

n
a person who is given to spreading rumours
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'During martial law era, there was a presidential decree that criminalized rumor-mongering, but it was already repealed,' Guevarra said.
90 of 1973 prohibits rumor-mongering and the spread of false information, while Republic Act No.
Informing the public and media about the reasons behind Nawaz's visit will help the ruling party in dispelling the speculations and rumor-mongering of any kind.
"To break the resolve of the people, anti-movement elements can upload videos, attempt rumor-mongering and try to create a wedge between people and pro-freedom leadership.
Adviser to the Minister of Telecommunications Sultan Al-Malek talked at length about rumor-mongering. Abdullah Al-Otaibi, public relations supervisor at the ministry, said it was important to combat rumors.
The same official Yemeni source urged the mass media to talk objectively in order to boost the homeland's security and stability in lieu of publishing pre-fabricated stories for the sake of excitement, rumor-mongering and purposeful falsification.
Deterrence by Rumor-Mongering The best thing right now is for Dr.
If you had genuinely believed that the ride was out of order, your rumor-mongering would have been inept but not unethical.
Yet I found myself rising reflexively to discount Milton's rumor-mongering, as well as the prosecutorial zeal with which she goes after Hillary Clinton for such curious offenses as decorating the Blue Room badly for Christmas.
Unrequited love, letters never sent, questions of faith, and the rumor-mongering of small-town characters are tied together in Jon Hassler's newest novel, (Ballantine Books, 438 pp., $21).
Taguig police also warned those behind the 'rumor-mongering' posts as they may face consequences from their actions.
'This is exactly the kind of rumor-mongering that is plaguing our country!' Then he proceeded with a long harangue about the evil of rumor-mongering.