The writing of good, plain English, rather than "smart" journalese should be the aim.
It was by the crude, almost barbaric, cry of his journalese that Rudyard Kipling awoke the world with a start.
In journalese, to perform upon a musical instrument; as, "He presided at the piccolo."
It has been translated into Austrian-German and thence retranslated into British journalese.
The column he was reading described the wedding of his uncle with Miss Jenny Launton, and journalese surpassed itself.
Distinct from journalese, the two yet overlap, "and have a knack of assimilating each other's vices."
The strong light at the back of the house—a wobbly one—was rapidly becoming a glow in the heavens, as they say in journalese.
In this empire of journalese a man finds it so very easy to say the wrong thing that he never thinks of saying anything else.