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newsletter an informational letter or small newspaper directed to a special audience, as of employees, members of an organization, or subscribers.
newsmagazine a magazine, often issued weekly, that reports and analyzes current events.
newsman a man employed in the gathering, reporting, or editing of news.
newspaper a publication, usu. daily or weekly, containing news, editorials and advertising. [3 definitions]
newspaperman a man who owns, operates, or works for a newspaper.
newspaperwoman a woman who owns, operates, or works for a newspaper.
newspeak language that is ambiguous or delusive, esp. when used as propaganda.
newsperson someone involved with gathering or communicating the news, such as a reporter, writer, editor, or broadcaster.
newsprint a low-grade paper made from wood pulp and used mainly in newspapers.
newsreel formerly, a short film showing recent news events, shown in movie theaters.
news release a specially prepared written item given to news media by a government or organization; handout or press release.
news service see news agency. [2 definitions]
newsstand a booth or other place where newspapers and magazines are sold.
New Style the system of counting days and months according to the Gregorian calendar.
newswoman a woman employed in the gathering, reporting, or editing of news.
newsworthy worthy to be reported as news.
newsy (informal) filled with news or gossip.
newt any of various small salamanders, some of which are brightly colored.
New Testament the books of the Christian Bible that tell of the life and teachings of Jesus Christ and his followers, including the Gospels, the Acts of the Apostles, the Epistles, and the Book of Revelation. (Cf. Old Testament.) [2 definitions]
newton a unit of force equal to the amount necessary to accelerate a mass of one kilogram one meter per second per second.
Newtonian of or concerning Newton or his theories, discoveries, or the like.