Inexpensive paper made from wood pulp and used chiefly for printing newspapers. Also called newspaper.(noun)
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Use "newsprint" in a sentence
"How doe the print media react when they try to imitate TV or web-pages in newsprint?"
"Meanwhile, the price of newsprint is skyrocketing, despite declining demand."
"Papers are throwing out employees almost weekly, cutting national and foreign bureaus if they have them, and slicing the actual size of the product, since newsprint is a huge cost."