gutter press


noun
  1. the section of the popular press that seeks sensationalism in its coverage

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How to use gutter press in a sentence

  • The gutter-press of the world filled their columns with sensational and scandalous lies.

    The Master Mummer | E. Phillips Oppenheim
  • The breath was scarcely out of her body, when a flood of cowardly scurrilities was poured from the gutter press.

    The Magnificent Montez | Horace Wyndham
  • In America the gutter press section of journalism is esteemed at its true worth, and is as harmless as a few squibs.