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newsy

adjective \ˈnü-zē, ˈnyü-\

: containing or full of a lot of news

news·i·ernews·i·est

Full Definition of NEWSY

1
:  containing or filled with news <newsy letters>
2
news·i·ness noun

Examples of NEWSY

  1. I got a long newsy letter from her.
  2. <a newsy TV program covering the local scene>

First Known Use of NEWSY

1832

Rhymes with NEWSY

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