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It is rumoured that there will be changes in the team before next week's match.
The group is rumoured to be splitting up.
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a generation … who are balancing working life with caring for both their teenage children and elderly parents
a sweet hard biscuit in the shape of a tube, flavoured with ginger
to gossip or share personal information with someone …
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Definition of rumoured from the online English dictionary from Macmillan Publishers Limited.