adjective, news·i·er, news·i·est. Informal.
Words nearby newsy
OTHER WORDS FROM newsynews·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