Definition of lamestream in English:

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lamestream

Pronunciation: /ˈleɪmstriːm/

adjective & noun

US informal, derogatory
Used to refer contemptuously to the mainstream media: [as adjective]: why has the lamestream media been so silent on the issue? lamestream propaganda [as noun]: the lamestream is entirely opposed to what normal Americans want
More example sentences
  • If the lamestream news did its job informing people, the Patriot Act would have got shot down in Congress.
  • He obviously hasn't done his homework, yet goes on lamestream TV to demonstrate to the world his complete ignorance.
  • The lamestream media is still making excuses.

Origin

Early 21st century: blend of lame and mainstream.

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