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„Rumors“ - noun plural

The word Rumors is the 32.493th most frequent word of the English lanuguage and appears 1.369 times within reference text. Rumors is a farcical play by Neil Simon.º The part of speech is noun plural. These are sample sentences of the term in text: "Rumors began to abound that ..."¹ "Rumors of cities filled with ..."² "Rumors then circulated regarding a ..."³ Backwards its written sromuR. It is rhyming on Tumors und Humors. The MD5 sum is dee57b1353caf0d422deca08f3aa76cf and the SHA1 checksum is b9e5e125739e582470e515be374862e5aacde0bc. The vanity number 786677 accords this word.

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word name: Rumors

part of speech: noun plural

basic form: rumor

typical left word neighbours: Vicious MacOS Unsubstantiated Dangerous Mariano play single

typical right word neighbours: abounded circulated swirled persist abound persisted surfaced

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The following concepts have an identical suffix:

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