Definition of Hearstian
: of, relating to, or resembling the journalistic style or methods or the intense nationalism associated with the publisher William R. Hearst and his publications as chauvinistic, or Hearstian, as ever — Ted Oster the comic strip and other variegated features of the Hearstian type — Vanity Fair
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Origin and Etymology of hearstian
William Randolph Hearst †1951 American newspaper publisher + English -ian
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