|one who gossips, one who spreads rumors||gossiper|
|(about a disease) affecting many people at once; widespread, very common, fast-spreading disease, outbreak, plague, something which spreads quickly (i.e. a disease), rapid development, spreading unusually quickly and extensively||epidemic|
|(Zoology) larva of the blowfly (infests humans and animals and spreads disease), larva of blowfly||screwworm|
|any sound, complaint, electric disturbance, loud sound; ruckus; background noise, random electrical signals which interfere with communications (Computers, Electronics), meaningless data, outcry, rumor, spread gossip, spread rumors, gossip; make loud s...||noise|
|be friendly with somebody, be persuasive, communicate, communicate with spoken words, converse, speak; gossip, spread rumors; chitchat; lecture; reveal secret information, conversation, conversation; speech, lecture; meeting; rumor; manner of talking, ...||talk|
|bird with broad tail, fan-shaped tail or end, goldfish with broad tail, pigeon with fan-shaped tail, rounded part of stern, tail of a peacock; tail which spreads out like a fan; type of fish; type of bird, windmill sail||fantail|
|casual conversation, conversation about personal matters, habitual talker, one who gossips, one who spreads rumors; rumors, idle talk about the private affairs of others, spread rumors||gossip|
|chatter, prattle, gossip, chattering, prattling, gossiping, disclose secret, idle gossip, somebody who gossips, talk idly||tattle|
|clearly showing something, device, gossiper, informer, tattler, talebearer, metal strip, one who reveals secrets, one who spreads rumors, sign of a hazard, tattletale, wind strips||telltale|
|defeat, harmful rumor, patch of smeared substance, sample of cells, smudge, spot, stain; slander, libel, slur; material smeared on a slide for microscopic examination (Medicine), spread damaging rumors, spread over, spread something across or over a su...||smear|
|device for distributing seed or fertilizer, device for separating things, implement for spreading, small knife for spreading; implement for spreading material; person or thing that spreads||spreader|
|disease simultaneously affecting many animals, disease which spreads quickly among animals (Veterinary Medicine), relating to an epidemic of animal disease, spreading quickly among animals (Veterinary Medicine)||epizootic|
|doing something to harm someone without their knowledge (spreading rumors, etc.)||backstabbing|
|drifting purposelessly, financially solvent, floating on water, floating; flooded; passing from one person to another, going around (as in rumors), in circulation, on board ship||afloat|
|extensive, comprehensive, sweeping; widespread, universal, general, having widespread effect, plague, epidemic disease that spreads throughout a large area, very widespread disease||pandemic|
|female first name; computer virus that infects Word 97 and 2000 files and spreads itself via the Microsoft Outlook email program (Internet)||Melissa|
|gossip, rumors, idle talk about the private affairs of others; kinship between a person and his/her sponsors; spiritual relationship or closeness; unique intimacy||gossipry|
|gossip, spread hearsay, tell a rumor, unverified information spread by gossip, idle speculation, to pass on rumors, unverified report, uproar||rumor|
|grape, path along which information spreads, vine, vine that bears grapes, vine which produces grapes; route by which gossip and rumors are spread||grapevine|
|lens that spreads beam of light||diverging lens|
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