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Correct spelling for GOSIPPY
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Possible correct spellings for gosippy
It is proper here to state that among the most serious obstacles to the spread of the gospel among this people, the use of ardent spirits has long held and does still hold a prominent place.
"ye mind abel guppy what went off to the war out there abroad wi' the yeomanry?
So you actin like a sad puppy lookin at me through the fish tanks like a guppy– Maxin in the Shade by Kool Keith
When, however, she was in the dancing-room, she would sit down beside some kindred gossiper, and then they both got so engrossed in the delight of running down all their acquaintances, that they had not a thought for anything else.
Men lounged by cottage doors, women gossiped across garden fences.
He even moved slightly as i stepped in-a sort of last gasp.
Drop your club, your street corner, your gossipy boarding-house table.
As if it were a signal, the boys jumped out of bed and danced a breakdown about him in their shirt-tails, even gimpy joining in.
Complications from the grippe are very frequent in children-such as severe diarrhea, enlarged glands of the neck, running ears, bronchitis, pneumonia, and sometimes tuberculosis.
"i will, i will," replied cubby, recovering slightly; "i'll sit quietly an' hear ye speak o' onything but thae village gossips.
It's some band, though-one of these fifteen-piece dance-hall combinations that had just closed a coney island engagement and was guaranteed to tear off this affair in zippy style.
I'd have come home a-running if i'd known she was sick and had to have nasty, soppy stuff.
At his house giuseppe heard lots of good music, for the town orchestra rehearsed there.
But gossip always went one way about any girl he was seen with.
She dug, she clipped, she explored, inhaling, with little thrills, the faint mounting odour of forest loam and sappy stems.