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Things rumor often describes (“rumor ________”)
mongering, mongers, mill, spread, monger, panics, panic, control, mills, states, travels, reports, clinic, transmission, flies, factory, believers, hints, centers, circulates, embedding, spreaders, story, agent, whispers, points, returns, stories, holmes, spreads, factories, routing, breeding, credits, campaign, names, cabinet, nothing

Descriptive words:
false, mere, persistent, vague, common, popular, public, wild, unfounded, latest, idle, ugly, current, only, widespread, general, malicious, vicious, unsubstantiated, nasty, strange, unconfirmed, slightest, strong, absurd, least, primary, groundless, faint, ridiculous, baseless, silly, terrible, malignant, disturbing, distant, dark, scandalous, evil, whispered, alarming, fantastic, horrible, fresh, dreadful, startling, hot, interesting, prevalent, vulgar, occasional, stupid, disquieting, foolish, unpleasant, exaggerated, slanderous, crazy, exciting, merest, ominous, unverified, recurrent, contemporary, uncertain, sinister, latrine, painful, damaging, benign, empty

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Book See rumor used in context: 90 rhymes, 2 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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