Definition of Gutter press

1. Noun. Press that engages in sensational journalism (especially concerning the private lives of public figures).




Definition of Gutter press

1. Noun. (British pejorative) Derogative term for the sensationalist tabloid newspapers in general. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Gutter Press

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Literary usage of Gutter press

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1. The Indian Forester (1905)
"But there is a gutter press which sticks at nothing, except honesty. Being the French type of gutter pres*, its standing dish is the inherent villainy of ..."

2. Our Eastern Question: America's Contact with the Orient and the Trend of by Thomas Franklin Millard (1916)
"Attacks on Great Britain written for a gutter press by gutter scribes for gutter readers could, we admit, be regarded as of comparatively little consequence ..."

3. The Contemporary Review (1898)
"If he possessed no better advocates than the seedy gentlemen of the gutter press, his schemes would very often miscarry. The journals he sets out to catch ..."

4. Free Opinions, Freely Expressed on Certain Phases of Modern Social Life and by MARIE. CORELLI (1905)
"... and though a " gutter press " exists in Great Britain, as in America, a great portion of the public are now educated enough to recognize its type and to ..."

5. The Roofing, Cornice and Skylight Manual: Practical Articles on Laying Flat (1901)
"... lock it well into the lock D of the gutter, press it down well at the corner to the roof, and turn over the edge of the cleat, as at l\ This holds the ..."

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