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Things rumour often describes (“rumour ________”)
mongers, mongering, monger, mill, flies, spreads, profit, reports, spreaders, travels, credits, buzzes, mills, springs, thrives, campaign

Descriptive words:
mere, false, first, popular, vague, public, common, idle, persistent, general, strong, strange, wild, malicious, unfounded, current, widespread, latest, absurd, slightest, very, scandalous, ugly, distant, faint, baseless, alarming, fresh, uncertain, evil, terrible, dreadful, foolish, vulgar, unsubstantiated, unconfirmed, exaggerated, sinister, ridiculous, sudden, dark, silly, groundless, contemporary, least, extraordinary, disturbing, broad, unpleasant, disquieting, bare, loud, empty, startling, dull, nasty, busy, counter, faintest, slanderous, malignant, whispered, curious, fearful, prevalent, merest, stupid, natured, horrible, fantastic, wicked, obscure, universal, incredible, vicious, odd


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See rumour used in context: 21 rhymes, 11 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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