To engage in the spreading of rumors.(verb-intransitive)
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Use "rumormonger" in a sentence
"This is the same standard it's always been: verify information or you're a rumormonger (which can also be fun and more profitable than journalism)."
"Give it to a rumormonger—you know the one named Lark?"
"That Princess Keros lost her maidenhead—supposing she still had it—to some sort of rumormonger, some singer?"