syndicated

[ noun sin-di-kit; verb sin-di-keyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF syndicated
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Every newspaper in every remotest country-town in England will be deluged with syndicated venom.

These editorials are syndicated in a chain of thirty-eight newspapers, which reach many millions of readers.

This he syndicated in conjunction with the other letter, and the editors invariably grouped the two letters.

At the one extreme is the so-called laboring class, and at the other are the syndicated and corporate and monopolized interests.

In this capacity I write a syndicated column on higher education which Tulane distributes to 85 newspapers throughout the country.

My outing had cost me twice what I had calculated upon, and, thus far, I had only syndicated a few letters and a handful of poems.

I know enough about the situation, the Governor has practically nothing to do with syndicated crime.

The cost of wood pulp, of modern printing machinery and of syndicated news is too high for the Little Man.

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