Definition of Hearst
1. Noun. United States newspaper publisher whose introduction of large headlines and sensational reporting changed American journalism (1863-1951).
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Literary usage of Hearst
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1. Library Journal by American Library Association, Library Association (1898)
"Тик hearst Free Library, given to Anaconda, Mont., by Mrs. Phoebe hearst, was dedicated on June ii, 1898, with elaborate exercises held at the Margaret ..."
2. The Arena by Harry Houdini Collection (Library of Congress) (1906)
"against William R. hearst must wane from now on. "The limit wa» reached when Elihu Root, Secretary of State, speaking not only for the President of the ..."
3. History of California by Theodore Henry Hittell (1898)
"The legislature not being then in session, Stoneman had appointed George hearst to fill the office. It probably did not occur to him that a United States ..."
4. The Black Hills, Or, The Last Hunting Ground of the Dakotahs: A Complete by Annie D. Tallent (1899)
"hearst FREE LIBRARY. Another institution, worthy of especial note, is the hearst Free Library. This institution, which is highly appreciated by its people, ..."