One who sells newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals.(noun)
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Use "newsdealer" in a sentence
"Watchmen fans will no doubt enjoy the cameo appearances of newsdealer Bernard, Silk Spectre's manager, wally Weaver and the (as yet unscarred) psychiatrist, although I was annoyed by his declaration of how much he'd love to be able to psychoanalyze a superhero."
"Papa sat at the kitchen counter reading the Times of India, dated copies sent to him by a newsdealer in London."
"Oh My Sweet Merciful Ghod...run don't walk to your nearest and driest newsdealer, you HAVE to read Brian McGrory's column in today's Globe."