Definition of gossip column in English:

gossip column

Syllabification: gos·sip col·umn


A section of a newspaper devoted to gossip about well-known people.
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  • To add to their troubles, a new gossip column in the school newspaper is running items by an anonymous author that reveal all of their secrets and insecurities.
  • It frustrates me that for a time I wrote the biggest gossip column in the biggest Sunday newspaper, founded a magazine and a website.
  • That's how this crazy journey began, a four-month passage where life somehow evolved from hoping the public address announcer pronounced his name correctly to finding his name in the celebrity gossip column of the tabloids.


gossip columnist

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  • And a gossip columnist can get sued every bit as quickly as any reporter.
  • She had been a gossip columnist for Film Weekly, writing acerbic pen portraits and causing offence to a generation of British film personalities.
  • ‘She raised a fair-sized lump on Joan's head,’ reported the gossip columnist the next day.

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