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newsworthy

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adjective news·wor·thy \-ˌwər-thē\

Simple Definition of newsworthy

  • : interesting or important enough to report as news

Source: Merriam-Webster's Learner's Dictionary

Full Definition of newsworthy

  1. :  interesting enough to the general public to warrant reporting

newsworthiness

play \-thē-nəs\ noun

1932

First Known Use of newsworthy

1932


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