Definition of Newspaper column

1. Noun. An article giving opinions or perspectives.

Exact synonyms: Column, Editorial
Group relationships: Newspaper, Paper
Generic synonyms: Article
Specialized synonyms: Agony Column
Derivative terms: Columnist, Editorialist, Editorialize



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Newspaper Column

newsmagazine
newsmagazines
newsmaker
newsmakers
newsmaking
newsman
newsmedia
newsmen
newsmonger
newsmongers
newspaper ad
newspaper article
newspaper clipping
newspaper column (current term)
newspaper columnist
newspaper critic
newspaper editor
newspaper headline
newspaper publisher
newspapered
newspapering
newspaperish
newspaperishness
newspaperless
newspaperman
newspapermen
newspapers
newspaperwoman

Literary usage of Newspaper column

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Effective House Organs: The Principles and Practice of Editing and by Robert E. Ramsay, ( (1920)
"Nearly all readers are familiar with the width of newspaper column, and so a column of this width "looks familiar" and not unusual to them. ..."

2. Effective House Organs: The Principles and Practice of Editing and by Robert E. Ramsay (1920)
"Nearly all readers are familiar with the width of newspaper column, and so a column of this width "looks familiar" and not unusual to them. ..."

3. How to Write Special Feature Articles: A Handbook for Reporters by Willard Grosvenor Bleyer (1920)
"In the narrow newspaper column, there is room for only five or six words to a line. A paragraph of 250 words, which is the average length of the literary ..."

4. The Young Journalist: His Work and how to Learn it by J. Henry Harris (1902)
"A fair average newspaper column is twelve sticks, or two hundred and forty lines of minion. When the column is longer the width is usually narrower than the ..."

5. Modern Advertising by Earnest Elmo Calkins, Ralph Holden (1905)
"The standard newspaper column is 13 pica ems wide or 2^ inches. The columns of a number of papers are 13^ ems wide. Some, notably the Xew York Tribune, ..."

6. Convention by National Electric Light Association Convention, National Independent Meat Packers Association, University of Georgia College of Agriculture, University of Georgia Dept. of Food Science (1906)
"Is it better policy to take six-inch single newspaper column daily than a six-inch double column every other day? There are several reasons why the six-inch ..."

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