Word of the Day | Dictionary.com

klatsch \ KLAHCH \ , noun;

1. A casual gathering of people, esp. for refreshments and informal conversation.
Quotes:
This morning, in order to finish a set of essays in time to hand them back and discuss them in his eleven o’clock class, he had to resist his desire to be part of the klatsch .
John Wheatcroft, The Beholder’s Eye
I guess the boys at the conspiracy klatsch couldn’t figure how else a woman could afford a car like mine.”
Alistair Boyle, The unlucky seven: a Gil Yates private investigator novel
Origin:
Klatsch comes from the German word for “gossip.”

via Word of the Day | Dictionary.com.

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