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newshound

Line breaks: news|hound
Pronunciation: /ˈnjuːzhaʊnd
 
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Definition of newshound in English:

noun

informal
A newspaper reporter.
Example sentences
  • The interviewer was none other than Meagan, who was only in her second year as a reporter and writer, though she did have her aspirations from early on to major in journalism and become a news hound for a major national publication.
  • It almost gets to the point where you want to - you say to yourself, even a news hound like myself, ‘No, enough.’
  • I suggested that we pay a passing urchin from the township to go and count the whales for us, but the curvaceous news hound insisted that we do it ourselves.

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