But rumours of its impending demise had been greatly exaggerated.
rumours abound of traders hiring tankers to store their excess oil.
Ever since, rumours have swirled of plots and counter-plots.
Despite rumours of a comeback, the actor never returned to the series.
rumours of the debt shake the foundations of her social standing.
rumours started appearing of a rerelease of moving on with a predicted five new tracks.
This led to rumours that they could be prepared for future flights for special occasions.
Word Origin and History for rumours
late 14c., from O.Fr. rumour "widespread noise or report" (Fr. rumeur), from L. rumorem (nom. rumor) "noise, clamor, common talk, rumor," related to ravus "hoarse." The verb is recorded from 1858 in the sense "spread a rumor." Rumor mill is from 1973.