Synonyms of rumour in English:

rumour


See definition of rumour

noun

1‘rumour has it that they have been dabbling in the black arts’

SYNONYMS
gossip, hearsay, talk, tittle-tattle
informal the grapevine, the word on the street
British informal goss
North American informal scuttlebutt, poop
US informal tea
Australian, New Zealand informal furphy
archaic fame

2‘she had already heard rumours about the couple's problems’

SYNONYMS
piece of gossip, report, story, whisper, canard
speculation
information, word, news
on dit
informal buzz
rare bruit
ANTONYMS

hard facts