Definition of newsy in English:

newsy

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Pronunciation: /ˈnjuːzi
 
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informal

adjective (newsier, newsiest)

Full of news, especially of a personal kind: Susan’s short, newsy letters
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  • But starting with the least newsy section of the news could be a good place to start.
  • An uncle wrote newsy letters to his nephew at college.
  • I do love my Mum and look forward to her newsy letters, but the chances of me getting Alzheimer Disease also depends on family history.

noun

(also newsie) (plural newsies) US Back to top  
1A reporter.
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  • For Seattleites, the top story (at least on the radio) is local newsies reporting on their own presence at the investigation scene in Tacoma, where a tree trunk used for target practice was hauled away yesterday.
  • Take Bloggers and other newsies in North America and you could bury the other shows with ratings.
  • Bill Pullman is the film's one pleasant surprise, nicely underplaying reporter and newsie advocate Bryan Denton and providing the film's few precious moments of calm.
2A newsboy.

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