from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A woman who owns or publishes a newspaper.
- n. A woman who is a newspaper reporter, writer, or editor.
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- n. A female newspaperman.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media
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I became friends with Doug and his newspaperwoman wife Kathy, both of them helpful in every way in showing me panhandle history and mores.
Another was an American newspaperwoman who roved around France, undeterred by a wooden foot she called Cuthbert.
Many years after the Wall Street affair, John W. McCormack was visited by a newspaperwoman in his Boston office, where, at age 81, he still conducted business.
In February, 1972, she was the only newspaperwoman to travel with President Nixon to China during his historic trip.
Carol Kehlmeier is a former newspaperwoman and columnist.
"Anna Hastings" (1977) is both an unsparing and sympathetic portrait of a newspaperwoman when they were rare and often maligned.
The Californian was Nan McEvoy, a San Francisco newspaperwoman looking for her next adventure.
Kitty Gray or Grey in some accounts, a newspaperwoman, finds half of the coin in a curio shop, and notices the word "Gretzhoffen" on it.
Maybe they don't go after a newspaperwoman, right?
Salon.com has an interesting article about a new book about two of the women who were "Carolyn Keene", the "author" of the Nancy Drew mystery stories: Mildred Wirt Benson, "a hard-charging newspaperwoman from Iowa" and Harriet Stratemeyer Adams, daughter of series creator Edward Stratemeyer.
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