American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. The herding together of cattle for inspection, branding, or shipping.
- n. The cattle so herded.
- n. The workers and horses employed in such herding.
- n. A gathering up, as of people under suspicion by the police.
- n. A summary: a news roundup.
“And the last item of the roundup is my own contribution.”
“Mind you, I am still not convinced that "roundup" is a word.”
“Conventions | There's still more coverage from last weekend's Toronto Comic Arts Festival, including photo galleries from Torontoist and Deb Aoki, a roundup from the National Post, and a Doug Wright Awards piece in The Globe and Mail.”
“I'll put another post here when the roundup is up in a few days at Blawg Review.”
“Her campaign's latest ad, attacking Reid for his support of the DREAM Act, which Greg mentioned earlier in his roundup, is as despicable as it is desperate.”
“The latest roundup is in place at Is there More to Life than Shoes?”
“Just wanted to let you know that the My Legume Love Affair #20 roundup is now live.”
“The roundup is compiled each week based on submissions by TPA member bloggers.”
“This week's roundup is brought to you by Steve at WhosPlayin while Vince recovers from his wild weekend of covering the AFL-CIO Convention”
“This week's roundup is compiled by Vince from Capitol Annex.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘roundup’.
Things and situations that draw and inspire humans and/or animals, to interact with one another.
Words from newspaper names/titles. Not the place names or titles of specific publications, just the reusable bits.
Feel free to combine these in any way to create your own newspaper. Use lots of hyphens! (And yes, these are all used at real newspapers.)
Looking for tweets for roundup.