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newsweekly

Syllabification: news·week·ly
Pronunciation: /ˈn(y)o͞ozˌwēklē
 
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Definition of newsweekly in English:

noun

(plural newsweeklies)
A newspaper or newsmagazine published on a weekly basis.
Example sentences
  • I mean, right now newsweeklies and newspapers will pay for news by buying memoirs from people.
  • The mounting evidence of an impending invasion was suppressed by the Associated Press and United Press International and by all the major newspapers and newsweeklies - in an impressively unanimous act of self-censorship.
  • Of the three mainstream newsweeklies, only Newsweek published a single story related to the march.

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