Definition of Newsy

1. Adjective. Full of news. "A newsy letter"

Similar to: Informative, Informatory
Derivative terms: News



2. Adjective. Prone to friendly informal communication.
Exact synonyms: Chatty, Gossipy
Similar to: Communicative, Communicatory
Derivative terms: Chat, Gossip

Definition of Newsy

1. a. Full of news; abounding in information as to current events.

Definition of Newsy

1. Adjective. Containing lots of news; informative. ¹

2. Adjective. Chatty, gossipy. ¹

3. Noun. (informal) A distributor of news; a newsagent. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Newsy

1. full of news [adj NEWSIER, NEWSIEST] / a newsboy [n NEWSIES] - See also: newsboy

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Newsy

newsstores
newsvendor
newsvendors
newsweeklies
newsweekly
newswire
newswires
newswoman
newswomen
newsworthily
newsworthiness
newsworthy
newswriter
newswriting
newswritings
newsy (current term)
newt
newth
newtlike
newton
newton-meter
newtonian
newtonian aberration
newtonian flow
newtonian fluid
newtonian viscosity
newtons
newts
newvamp
newwaver

Literary usage of Newsy

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1. How to Develop and Expand a Retail Business: Testing Ways to Get More Trade by A.W. Shaw Company, Shaw, A. W., company (1920)
"A few days after he reaches the city every customer on his mailing list receives a brief friendly note from this merchant, containing a few newsy hints ..."

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