A newspaper of small format giving the news in condensed form, usually with illustrated, often sensational material.(noun)
In summary form; condensed.(adjective)
Lurid or sensational.(adjective)
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Use "tabloid" in a sentence
"Famous defense attorney Linda Kenney Baden lashed out at Orlando ` s local media, and what she calls tabloid media on NBC ` s "Today Show" this morning, while simultaneously attacking the prosecution ` s decision to seek the death penalty."
"Defense attorney Linda Kennedy Baden didn ` t hold back in her criticism of the local and what she called the tabloid media on NBC ` s "Today Show" this morning."
"At 7: 30, often, there is what I call the tabloid story of the morning."