noise about

noise about

To spread gossip, secrets, or confidential information around to other people. A noun or pronoun can be used between "noise" and "about." I heard Tom and Eliza are getting a divorce! I wouldn't go noising that about to anyone else, though! Surely she isn't so foolish as to noise about confidential business details to her subordinates.
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noise something about

 and noise something abroad; noise something around
to spread around a secret; to gossip something around. Now don't noise it about, but I am going to Houston next week to see my girl. Please don't noise this abroad. Stop noising that gossip around.
See also: noise
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