Definition of newsstand
: a place (such as an outdoor stall) where newspapers and periodicals are sold
Recent Examples of newsstand from the Web
Follow her: @JHenwick This article appears in the July issue of Marie Claire, on newsstands now.
ESPN The magazine will be released on newsstands on July 7.
Read Halima Aden’s Allure cover story here, and look for the issue to hit newsstands June 27.
The Summer issue of Vanity Fair will be on newsstands in New York and Los Angeles on June 1, and nationally on June 6.
Steele's preseason magazine is due on newsstands June 27, but can be pre-ordered on download today.
Stopping at a newsstand for the afternoon edition, or ducking into a florist shop or a police booth to ask directions.
The list is detailed in the magazine’s July 2017 issue, on newsstands Tuesday.
The Boise home had everything design maven Fifi O’Neill hoped to showcase in her latest national magazine, Modern Country, which is set to hit U.S. newsstands in November.
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First Known Use of newsstand
NEWSSTAND Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of newsstand for English Language Learners
: a place (such as a small outdoor store) where newspapers and magazines are sold
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Definition of newsstand for Students
: a place where newspapers and magazines are sold
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