Definition of newsy
1 : containing or filled with news newsy letters
2 : newsworthy
Examples of newsy in a Sentence
I got a long newsy letter from her.
a newsy TV program covering the local scene
Recent Examples of newsy from the Web
Ridge said the Ohio City Bicycle Co-op and Nalu Standup Paddle and Surf are providing a dozen volunteers to mark the route and help guide participants. Newsworthy terrain The Ramble's 4.8-mile route will traverse some highly newsy geography.
Oliver went a more serious route, turning his HBO series Last Week Tonight into a newsy half-hour that dives into one big story, in-depth, for the entire episode.
That would be extremely impressive for most people but less so for one of the world's most famous men, not to mention one known to use Twitter to convey some of his bluntest and newsiest utterances.
Melissa McCarthy's return to her role as White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer couldn't have come at a newsier time.
Within the span of one newsy week in April, the resort industry veered from a semi-monopoly controlled by Vail Resorts to a duopoly, with two giants vying for control.
Spreading the newsy remarks around is about simultaneously capturing and dividing media attention on the eve of a milestone.
Will Kelly’s daytime stint be a newsy program or a talk show, and is there an appetite for that kind of show in the middle of the day?
Garrett wanted to expand National Geographic’s traditional celebration of the world by covering more newsy and controversial topics, including the Exxon-Valdez oil spill, the fall of the Berlin Wall, and AIDS in parts of Africa.
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First Known Use of newsy
NEWSY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of newsy for English Language Learners
: containing or full of a lot of news
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