1tab·loid adjective \ˈta-ˌblȯid\
: compressed or condensed into small scope <tabloid criticism>
Origin of TABLOID
First Known Use: 1901
Rhymes with TABLOID
: a newspaper that has pages about half the size of an ordinary newspaper and that typically contains many photographs and stories about famous people and other less serious news items
: a newspaper that is about half the page size of an ordinary newspaper and that contains news in condensed form and much photographic matter
Examples of TABLOID
- She is used to seeing her name in the tabloids.
First Known Use of TABLOID
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