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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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n. - Spreading malicious gossip adj. - Typical of tabloids.

Usage examples (29)
  • He even added a little scandalmongering of his own.
  • If they couldn't see this line of counterattack coming, they didn't plan their scandalmongering very well.
  • Week in, week out, this guy dug up all sorts of unpleasant, scandalmongering stuff about the entertainment community.
  • Another example of the scandalmongering of mainstream politics and media out-manoeuvering the democratising potential of the net. for more
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