Synonyms for newsy

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It was long and newsy, and the eighth page was most interesting.

I made it as newsy and cheerful and loving as I possibly could.

Month after month has passed and she is patiently waiting for that newsy letter to arrive.

Several of the newspapers are large, newsy and well printed.

And I must say Quimby ain't been none too newsy on the subject.

The editor is there to produce a live, newsy, unusual publication.

Her letters were frank, newsy notes, and she was keenly interested in the drive and all that pertained to it.

Dodge occurred to him; a friend returning had told him that newsy things were prone to happen in Dodge.

The Boy is the typical roguish, rather fresh, "newsy" of fifteen, or thereabout.

The boys repeated the newsy gossip of their home town, and exchanged their letters freely.

WORD ORIGIN

"full of news," 1832 from news (n.) + -y (2). Related: Newsily; newsiness.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NEWSY

blabby

adjectivegossipy
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