Definition of gossiper in US English:

gossiper

noun

  • See gossip

    • ‘The conversations of these people though, mostly gossipers, was not very interesting as it was considered to me ‘old news’.’
    • ‘All the gaps I've been discussing are the sorts of things that bedevil, perhaps inspire, all biographers, indeed all gossipers.’
    • ‘Heading back towards the idle gossipers, he interrupted their conversation.’
    • ‘Of course, message boards also attract attention-seekers, pranksters and malicious gossipers.’
    • ‘The same network of gossipers that are used to destroy reputations can also be used to increase your rapport with someone.’

Pronunciation

gossiper

/ˈɡäsəpər//ˈɡɑsəpər/