newsy

adjective
\ ˈnü-zē How to pronounce newsy (audio) , ˈnyü- \
newsier; newsiest

Definition of newsy

1 : containing or filled with news newsy letters

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Other Words from newsy

newsiness noun

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Examples of newsy in a Sentence

I got a long newsy letter from her. a newsy TV program covering the local scene
Recent Examples on the Web At the outset, Michael Rand breaks down a newsy 24 hours. Star Tribune, "Can Ben Johnson and the Gophers recruit the next Jalen Suggs?," 6 Apr. 2021 More and more often, however, newsy docs are coming off as rushed. Judy Berman, Time, "How Docu-Mania Took Streaming by Storm, From Tiger King to WeWork," 1 Apr. 2021 The wide spread of characters has a whiteout effect, and a snowdrift of newsy period details—the gas crisis, looming problems in Iran—are blandly generalizing. Sam Sacks, WSJ, "Fiction: ‘The Committed’ Review," 5 Mar. 2021 This friend started writing newsy emails to me at the beginning of our friendship, and the both of us fell into the habit of writing to each other every day. Amy Dickinson, Detroit Free Press, "Readers weigh in to offer their own advice," 27 Dec. 2020 Even without such newsy events, birding is having a moment, says Pete Gilmore, field trip coordinator for the Brookline Bird Club. Pamela Wright, BostonGlobe.com, "Flock to these winter birding hot spots around Boston," 23 Feb. 2021 This friend started writing newsy emails to me at the beginning of our friendship, and the both of us fell into the habit of writing to each other every day. Amy Dickinson, Detroit Free Press, "Readers weigh in to offer their own advice," 27 Dec. 2020 This friend started writing newsy emails to me at the beginning of our friendship, and the both of us fell into the habit of writing to each other every day. Amy Dickinson, Detroit Free Press, "Readers weigh in to offer their own advice," 27 Dec. 2020 This friend started writing newsy emails to me at the beginning of our friendship, and the both of us fell into the habit of writing to each other every day. Amy Dickinson, Detroit Free Press, "Readers weigh in to offer their own advice," 27 Dec. 2020

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First Known Use of newsy

1825, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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16 Apr 2021

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“Newsy.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/newsy. Accessed 8 May. 2021.

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newsy

adjective

English Language Learners Definition of newsy

informal : containing or full of a lot of news

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