Definition of Newsprints
1. newsprint [n] - See also: newsprint
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Newsprints
Literary usage of Newsprints
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Woodrow Wilson and World Settlement by Ray Stannard Baker (1922)
"... smudgy newsprints of Tokio. From the huge wireless tower at Bordeaux, then in process of completion by the American Navy, news could be flashed ..."
2. More that Must be Told by Philip Gibbs (1921)
"They would fight gallantly, many would be killed, there would be exciting reading in the newsprints, and then the bells would ring for victory, ..."
3. The Methodist Review (1846)
"newsprints, pamphlets, books, and publications of every imaginable sort, are continually passing through our hands. But do we stop to deliberate over their ..."
4. The Quakers: A Study Historical and Critical by Frederick Storrs Turner (1889)
"... to give a fair hearing to its antagonists is one of the most obvious., In the newsprints of the Commonwealth, such as the Weekly Post, and a low comic ..."
5. Journals of Ralph Waldo Emerson: With Annotations by Ralph Waldo Emerson (1909)
"In ten years this great competition will be very stale, and a few words will inform you the result which cost you so many columns of the newsprints, ..."