Definition of Press clipping

1. Noun. An excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazine. "He searched through piles of letters and clippings"




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Press Clipping

press-up
press-ups
press agency
press agent
press agents
press ahead
press avail
press availability
press avails
press box
press brake
press brakes
press card
press charges
press clipping (current term)
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

Literary usage of Press clipping

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1. Literary Collector: A Monthly Magazine of Booklore and Bibliography edited by Annie (Dennis) Bursch, Frederick C. Bursch (1904)
"... Alfred xvi Luce's press clipping Bureau ii Bradstreet's Cover Luyster, SB Jr ix-xii Cadby, John W xiv-xv McDonough, Joseph-xviii Crawford, ..."

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