magazine[ mag-uh-zeen, mag-uh-zeen ]SEE DEFINITION OF magazine
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MAGAZINE
But that's no reason why John shouldn't send his story to Blackwood's Magazine.
It is written by an Italian named Marinetti, in a magazine which is called Poesia.
I must beg your pardon for the epistle you sent me appearing in the Magazine.
I loaded the magazine and sat down to wait for the animals to land.
I called my sketch "A Patch of Light," and sent it to a magazine.
The magazine writers were "tearing off copy," the painters were simply "slapping it down."
My magazine editor said he would use it, but he, too, appeared surprised.
Or at a corner newsstand I would catch a glimpse of my name on the cover of some magazine.
I felt this first before the strike, when I went to my magazine editor.
I went back to my magazine editor and asked for a job in his office.