newspaper[ nooz-pey-per, nyooz-, noos-, nyoos- ]SEE DEFINITION OF newspaper
Synonyms for newspaper
- scandal sheet
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NEWSPAPER
The next day's newspaper brought tidings of what had happened.
In one hand she carried a large bundle, in a newspaper wrapping.
The daily newspaper lay by the stove, with the corner torn accusingly.
He sat down and picked up the newspaper, and the print was clear.
Does a newspaper, even the ubiquitous Petit Journal, penetrate into these solitudes?
Never before had I realised what a great thing a newspaper is!
I'll get his photograph, and publish a newspaper portrait of him.
The colonel put down his newspaper and looked at his wife, much surprised.
I'll tell you about the newspaper business if you'll tell me about soap making.
Still, it is not valued in an American newspaper office as much as might be.