newsmonger[ nooz-muhng-ger, -mong-, nyooz- ]SEE DEFINITION OF newsmonger
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEWSMONGER
He laugh'd & call'd me Newsmonger, & said I was a daily advertiser.
I might indeed, following the example of the Sunday newsmonger, call it the Olio.
"I knew he would show them to every newsmonger about the clubs," said Phineas angrily.
Horace Walpole in his letters makes many jesting allusions to Cambridge in the character of newsmonger.
You have only to ask the gossip and newsmonger of Barnow—the magnificent Frau Emilie, wife of the new registrar.
The newsmonger is of the number, but his manner is not quite hearty—there is something of surliness in his compliments.
Our only newsmonger is the coal-box; but it talks so violently about government and the people!
The highest point a newsmonger can reach is to reason in a vague manner on politics.
I never wish myself an unversed writer and newsmonger but when I write to you.
Every man seemz tew hav hiz price, except the newsmonger, they prefer to work for nothing, and board themselfs.