- 1A newspaper having pages half the size of those of the average broadsheet, typically popular in style and dominated by sensational stories: [as modifier]: the tabloid pressMore example sentences
- She has even forgiven boyfriends who have sold stories about her to the tabloids.
- No matter how nice they seem, you have to be sure that the story won't end up in the tabloids.
- The broadsheets and music press picked up on them first, with the tabloids following.
- 1.1 [as modifier] chiefly North American Lurid and sensational: a tabloid TV showMore example sentences
- The first obstacle to the rising star of my career in tabloid television was that we were lost.
- Chattering about tabloid trivia or television celebrity shows, he can barely conceal his lack of interest.
- In short, the market is softening, but is in no way in a crisis, slump or any other such tabloid noun you care to use.
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- Competition between media outlets is driving these stories as well - there has been an undoubted tabloidisation of the mainstream media in the past two decades.
- This will herald the full tabloidisation of all the broadsheets within the next few years.
- The tabloidization of newspapers is a global phenomenon.
More definitions of tabloidDefinition of tabloid in:
- The US English dictionary