newsstand

noun
news·​stand | \ ˈnüz-ˌstand How to pronounce newsstand (audio) , ˈnyüz-\

Definition of newsstand

: a place (such as an outdoor stall) where newspapers and periodicals are sold

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For more on how Kate is managing her dual roles of motherhood and future Queen, pick up the latest issue of PEOPLE on newsstands on Friday. Simon Perry, PEOPLE.com, "How ‘Pioneer’ Kate Middleton Is Bringing Addiction and Mental Health ‘Out of the Shadows’," 13 Sep. 2019 Available on newsstands right now: Christian Yelich’s bare ass, thanks to ESPN the Magazine, which included the defending NL MVP in its annual Body Issue. Jon Tayler, SI.com, "MLB Is a Game of Extremes in 2019. What Does That Mean for the Sport's Future?," 3 Sep. 2019 This article originally appears in the September 2019 print issue of Harper's Bazaar, available on newsstands now. Lisa Birnbach, Harper's BAZAAR, "The Return of Preppy Fashion," 27 Aug. 2019 The September issue of CR Fashion Book hits newsstands on September 5. Colleen Kratofil, PEOPLE.com, "Céline Dion Says She Doesn't Want to Be Called the New Queen of Fashion: 'I'm the Boss'," 20 Aug. 2019 Seventeen's Ultimate Book of Quizzes hits newsstands on August 13. Alison Caporimo, Seventeen, "Seventeen's New Quiz Issue Is About To Become Your Next Obsession," 13 Aug. 2019 Those are just a handful of the 253 US cities listed on Time magazine's latest cover, which hits newsstands on Friday. Harmeet Kaur, CNN, "Time magazine's striking cover lists the 253 US cities that experienced a mass shooting this year," 8 Aug. 2019 Those are just a handful of the 253 US cities listed on Time magazine’s latest cover, which hits newsstands on Friday. Cnn.com Wire Service, The Mercury News, "Time magazine’s cover lists the 253 US cities that experienced a mass shooting this year," 8 Aug. 2019 And although Jamil didn't know that Meghan had chosen her until recently, the actress did get to speak with the Duchess on the phone a short time before the magazine hit newsstands. Chloe Foussianes, Town & Country, "Meghan Markle Is a Fan of The Good Place, Jameela Jamil Reveals," 7 Aug. 2019

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1866, in the meaning defined above

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newsstand

noun

English Language Learners Definition of newsstand

: a place (such as a small outdoor store) where newspapers and magazines are sold

newsstand

noun
news·​stand | \ ˈnüz-ˌstand How to pronounce newsstand (audio) , ˈnyüz-\

Kids Definition of newsstand

: a place where newspapers and magazines are sold

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