Did you possibly mean newbie?
- n. Alternative form of newsy.
- news + -ie (Wiktionary)
“It's "newsie" and it's the very essence of truthiness.”
“My sense was Libby was saying it was kind of newsie, no one knows.”
“Emma knew that the high, clear tenor note was the shrill cry of the lame "newsie" at the corner of Sixth Avenue and”
“He hired another 'newsie' to help him down to the station with them.”
“Since I'm not a "newsie" and watching news channels give me hives, I tend to get my news either online, or in magazine form (Newsweek) a week after it's happened.”
“I was a "newsie" (how appropriate!!) … a news vendor who sold soda pop, sandwiches, candy etc. up and down the aisles of the train, earning a small commission: my regular route was between Montreal and Chicoutimi.”
“newsie" shows and short inserts into "news" broadcasts are nothing more than pushing their agenda.”
“newsie", supplied under contract with CN by a private company, was loaded up with enough cases of pop and food to sell in both directions, PLUS 35 mini pillows and 70 pillow slips to rent out for the trip.”
“The previous post in this blog was New newsie hangout.”
“It may be a declining public-perceived value of information, maybe just newsie information or maybe of digital goods in general.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘newsie’.
Words only (I left out the expressions) from Geza Kerenyi's EN-HU interpreters' dictionary. Most of them pose some difficulty when interpreted between HU and EN in either or both directions.
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