Definition of banner headline in English:

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banner headline

Pronunciation: /ˈbanər ˈhedˌlīn/

noun

A newspaper headline running across a whole page, especially one on the front page.
Example sentences
  • Right, it may be not be Normandy, but when you take a look at the front pages of the various newspapers today, the banner headlines are running day after day, bigger and bigger.
  • Yet, there have been front page banner headlines in just about every daily newspaper in the country almost every day since the court decision was handed down.
  • Indeed there's little sign of the war on terror here apart from lurid pictures and banner headlines on the front pages of newspapers.

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Syllabification: ban·ner head·line

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