newscast

[ nooz-kast, -kahst, nyooz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF newscast

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Another city was being devastated by the enemy; that Danny got from the newscast.

Only four hours had passed since the newscast; why, that seemed like months, ago, now.

Some newscast would be sure to get hold of the story and there'd be snide accusations.

"It's already on every newscast, and the papers'll have it by noon—it's on the wires," Oswald said.

Still, people did not find it reassuring when they heard about it on the newscast.

Jill had eaten a substantial part of the porcupine while the newscast was on.

Verkan Vall went to the newscast visiplate and snapped it on.

We were listening to a newscast of the events that had already taken place in Dallas, Tex., at approximately 12:30 that afternoon.

The newscast stopped and a commercial called the attention of listeners to the virtues of an anti-allergy pill.

That night, as Bill Howard ended his newscast, the camera did not switch to the witches.

WORD ORIGIN

1930, from news + -cast, from broadcast.

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broadcast

nouninformation on electronic media
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