adjective, news·i·er, news·i·est.Informal.
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OTHER WORDS FROM newsynews·i·ness, noun
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Definition for newsy (2 of 2)
noun, plural news·ies.Informal.
How to use newsy in a sentence
More and more often, however, newsy docs are coming off as rushed.How Docu-Mania Took Streaming by Storm, From Tiger King to WeWork|Judy Berman|April 1, 2021|Time
Two different storylines have made what would already be a newsy day even more so.Five Things You Need to Know About the Health-Care Exchange Rollout|William O’Connor|October 1, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Lloyd Grove on the knee-squeezing roadshow for the ‘super-newsy’ debut from Jeff Zucker.Can ‘Chemistry’ Save CNN? Here’s the New Morning Show Team|Lloyd Grove|May 11, 2013|DAILY BEAST
What worked on Today may not work in mid-afternoon; a newsy talk show may not hit the spot for the heavily female audience.
The Journal triumphed on its day one debut with a newsy and lively separate Greater New York section.
Her letters were frank, newsy notes, and she was keenly interested in the drive and all that pertained to it.The Boss of Wind River|David Goodger (email@example.com)
If you have the journalistic eye for what is picturesque and newsy the camera will quickly return 100 per cent.If You Don't Write Fiction|Charles Phelps Cushing
Kitty Robelle wrote a long and newsy letter, for Kitty had been one of Agnes most cherished friends.The Corner House Girls|Grace Brooks Hill
It was a long, newsy sheet written from Paris and filled with the Sparrow's opinions on continental hotels, manners, and morals.The Nest Builder|Beatrice Forbes-Robertson Hale
Here, out of the barren, un-newsy world, suddenly had sprung a seed that should grow to a forest.Once Aboard The Lugger|Arthur Stuart-Menteth Hutchinson