Definitions

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  • adv. In a manner that is newsworthy.

Etymologies

newsworthy +‎ -ly (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Lee -- the former ABC Family chief who was named programming chief at ABC last summer when the guy with the gig left suddenly under a cloud -- waxed charmingly, if not terribly newsworthily, about his vision of ABC as the network of "smart with heart."

    ABC renews sophomore sitcoms and some dramas

  • If you're anything like us, you're struggling to come to terms with a world where Britney Spears doesn't do something newsworthily demented every single day.

    Britney Spears In Hospital After K-Fed Custody Row

  • She was a fashion heroine who died the most fashionable death of all: young, newsworthily, with her looks intact.

    Life and style | guardian.co.uk

  • Perhaps someday NBC will actually focus its news shows on topics that are newsworthily relevant, like climate change.

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