adjective, news·i·er, news·i·est. Informal.
Related formsnews·i·ness, noun
Definition for newsy (2 of 2)
noun, plural news·ies. Informal.
Examples from the Web for newsy
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
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.
The Boy is the typical roguish, rather fresh, "newsy" of fifteen, or thereabout.Six One-Act Plays|Margaret Scott Oliver
So shrewd a judge of humanity as a New York “newsy” had taken him to be a man of parts.What's-His-Name|George Barr McCutcheon
Perhaps it was a little more staid, a little less "newsy," and her interest in Herr Rohrs not quite so profound.Sweethearts at Home|S. R. Crockett
Several of the newspapers are large, newsy and well printed.Seven Legs Across the Seas|Samuel Murray
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