American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A printed report giving news or information of interest to a special group.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A letter or report containing news intended for general circulation, originally circulated in manuscript. The news-letters were the precursors of the later newspapers. They appear to have arisen about the commencement of the seventeenth century, to have reached special prominence about the time of Charles II., and to have continued to the middle of the eighteenth century.
- n. A periodically sent publication containing current events or the like, generally on a particular topic or geared toward a limited audience.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A circular letter, written or printed for the purpose of disseminating news. This was the name given to the earliest English newspapers.
- n. report or open letter giving informal or confidential news of interest to a special group
- news + letter (Wiktionary)
“While Hawkins declined to return calls Friday, House of Yahweh adviser John Young said the newsletter is an effort to give a more accurate insight into the religious sect than that provided by the media.”
“Pari, your newsletter is always uplifting to me, so be sure you keep me in the reader/friend category.”
“The public version of the newsletter is available for free — all you have to do is register.”
“The logo on the newsletter is the BPF's, not the police department's although the city assures us it is a city newsletter.”
“This newsletter is a remarkable piece of propaganda.”
“By the way, the writer of this newsletter is also descended from both Zacharie Cloutier and Jean Guyon.”
“Then, in June, based on all of that plus signals I was getting from the Washington Post (which I call the newsletter of the financial elite), I posted an article entitled, "It's Official: The Crash of the US Economy Has Begun.”
“The official Robert Crumb "newsletter" is reporting that the famed cartoonist has finally finished his adaptation of the Book of Genesis that he's been working on for the past several years:”
“Also with the newsletter is an announcement for the Fantasy Fiction Tour 4 featuring Bryan Davis, Wayne Thomas Batson, Sharon Hinck, and Christopher Hopper.”
“It was in a newsletter from the NWTF in 2007 or early 2008.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘newsletter’.
Names of printed materials meant to be read - for worship, pleasure, information, recitation; out of curiosity, or, in the case of adverts, to get our attention and sway our spending choices.
Words from newspaper names/titles. Not the place names or titles of specific publications, just the reusable bits.
Words that have only one of the vowels. On this list I include only words with at least three vowels. When I first started the list, if a word had several forms, I generally listed only the one wit...
Words I come across at work.
Now stripped of most military terms, which have found a new home on the list Historical Military Terms of Interest. See also (and add to!) hilarious misspe...
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