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

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 The resulting footage, where the entire beach is splattered with different size pieces of blubber, has become iconic for its combination of newsy pathos and total chaos. Caroline Delbert, Popular Mechanics, "50 Years Ago Today, Oregon Blew Up a Dead Whale. With Dynamite. On Live TV.," 12 Nov. 2020 In those non-newsy chunks of time, do things that relax you. Jessica Roy, Los Angeles Times, "How to relax during election week and do something other than doomscrolling," 2 Nov. 2020 There have also been some closures and other news going on; here is a quick, newsy round-up of local business tidbits. Jeff Forward, Houston Chronicle, "24-Hour Fitness in The Woodlands on Kuykendahl to close," 17 June 2020 With partisan divides over issues such as immigration, healthcare and climate change, 2020 was already on track to be a very newsy election year. Los Angeles Times, "How to be civically or politically active during a pandemic," 5 June 2020 Host JR Radcliffe and Journal Sentinel beat reporter Matt Velazquez discuss a newsy stretch of basketball for the Milwaukee Bucks, from the injury to Giannis Antetokounmpo and the renewal of the MVP debate to three straight losses. Jr Radcliffe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Bucks Podcast: A weird game in Denver and more LeBron vs. Giannis MVP debate after Lakers game," 11 Mar. 2020 The first few months of the new year have been busy around The Woodlands Township and South Montgomery County; here are some newsy tidbits from throughout the community. Jeff Forward, Houston Chronicle, "South Montgomery County News & Notes: Election season kicks into gear," 19 Feb. 2020 And using fake or generic countries in a newsy modern climate is a non-starter. Washington Post, "The Trump administration is seeking to demonize Iran. Hollywood has been doing that for years.," 14 Jan. 2020 Left, Right and Center offers a more newsy view on politics than many other podcasts in this genre. Eliana Dockterman, Time, "The 50 Best Podcasts to Listen to Right Now," 20 Dec. 2019

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First Known Use of newsy

1825, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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“Newsy.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/newsy. Accessed 2 Dec. 2020.

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More Definitions for newsy

newsy

adjective
How to pronounce newsy (audio)

English Language Learners Definition of newsy

informal : containing or full of a lot of news

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