Newsworthy; prominently publicized: The science community is demoralized; the atmosphere has been fouled by a multitude of headline-grabbing incidents (1980s+)
Much like in the U.S., one result of the headline-grabbing news has been a sudden outpouring of personal stories.
That can only be a plus in a state where there always seems to be a stream of headline-grabbing court cases in the news.
Only his ex-wife, the Duchess of York (a.k.a. Fergie), can exceed his capacity for the headline-grabbing faux pas.
At the time, the bank called the trustee “irresponsible” and said the complaint was aimed at “headline-grabbing.”
But it has been able to conduct a number of headline-grabbing attacks inside cities such as the assault on the Inter-Continental.
His speech today is just the latest of headline-grabbing statements from the star.
Most of them have come through word of mouth, or after reading about the gang's headline-grabbing victories in the paper.