Definition of Newsstand

1. Noun. A stall where newspapers and other periodicals are sold.

Generic synonyms: Sales Booth, Stall, Stand



Definition of Newsstand

1. Noun. an open stall, often on a street, where newspapers and magazines are on sale to the public ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Newsstand

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Newsstand

newspeaks
newspeople
newsperson
newspersons
newsplan
newsprint
newsprints
newsreader
newsreaders
newsreel
newsreels
newsroom
newsrooms
newsroomwide
newssheet
newsstand (current term)
newsstand operator
newsstands
newsstore
newsstores
newsvendor
newsvendors
newsweeklies
newsweekly
newswire
newswires
newswoman
newswomen
newsworthily
newsworthiness

Literary usage of Newsstand

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1. U. S. Industrial Outlook, 1994: Business Forecasts for 350 IndustriesBusiness & Economics (1994)
"newsstand magazines accounted for 20 percent of total consumer magazine circulation in 1991, but for 31 percent of total magazine circulation revenues; ..."

2. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1911)
"BUFFALO, N. У.—The bookstore and newsstand of Joseph Suez, at 223 Lovejoy ... LEBA>ON, O.—JS Morris has removed his bookstore and newsstand from Broadway to ..."

3. Pat Crowe, Aviator: Skylark Views and Letters from France, Including the by James Richard Crowe (1919)
"I robbed the newsstand of all its feminine looking magazines until she looked like a little newsstand herself. Then I put her on board the Paris Express and ..."

4. Miami & the Florida Keys Alive!by Lisa Simundson by Lisa Simundson (2001)
"News Cafe is a sidewalk cafe, newsstand, and bookstore. 41st Street is also known as Arthur Godfrey Road. Cut can Nights salad, which changes daily, ..."

5. The Chautauquan by Chautauqua Institution (1906)
"In the new form this magazine slips easily into the pocket, and ought to receive attention from publishers who cater to the newsstand trade. ..."

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