Definition of Press lord

1. Noun. A powerful newspaper proprietor.

Generic synonyms: Newspaper Publisher, Publisher



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Press Lord

press charges
press clipping
press conference
press conferences
press corps
press cutting
press down
press down on
press forward
press gaggle
press gaggles
press gallery
press gang
press home
press kit
press lord (current term)
press of canvas
press of sail
press office
press on
press out
press photographer
press pool
press relations
press release
press releases
press roll
press run
press stud
press the flesh

Literary usage of Press lord

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1. Punch by Mark Lemon, Henry Mayhew, Tom Taylor, Shirley Brooks, Francis Cowley Burnand, Owen Seaman (1854)
"Tue world says that in my time I have written a good deal for the newspaper press. Lord Derby. About the papers ? Confound the papers ! ..."

2. Howard Letters and Memories by William Tallack (1905)
"... Origin of the Howard Association, 1866—Lord Brougham—An Open Question— The Press—Lord Grimthorpe—Position of the Question of Capital Punishment. ..."

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