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Definition of "newsy" []

  • Informal Full of news; informative. (adjective)
  • Full of news, esp gossipy or personal news (adjective)

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Use "newsy" in a sentence
  • ""It will be what they call a newsy letter, of course."
  • "Newspapers are not necessarily 'newsy' - for example the weekly or monthly publications that report on events etc past and upcoming in the cycle."
  • "First off, it has an odd "news peg" -- that is, the newsy reason why a story is written in the first place."