a magazinelike section in the Sunday editions of many newspapers, containing articles rather than news items and often letters, reviews, stories, puzzles, etc.
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How to use magazine section in a sentence
Her mother edited the book and magazine sections of the Detroit Free Press before her marriage.Alison Lurie, Pulitzer-winning novelist of mordant wit and boundless empathy, dies at 94 | Phoebe Connelly | December 4, 2020 | Washington Post
Three years of obituaries, Op-Ed columns, and the covers of the Sunday magazine section.
Houzeau or someone writing for the magazine-section of a Sunday newspaper—outer darkness for both alike.The Book of the Damned | Charles Fort
The morning papers issue Sunday editions, one of these including a colored magazine section.Seven Legs Across the Seas | Samuel Murray
It may be a page of descriptive writing for the Sunday magazine section.If You Don't Write Fiction | Charles Phelps Cushing