American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Constituting or including the very latest information: an up-to-the-minute news bulletin.
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. being the most recent available; completely up-to-date. including information obtained within the past few minutes.
- adj. up to the immediate present; most recent or most up-to-date
“Go to Foxnews. com for up-to-the-minute relevant news headlines.”
“So, starting today, along with offering HuffPost's usual blend of up-to-the-minute local news and distinctive takes from our New York bloggers, we're going to be adding more elements that will help make HuffPost New York a go-to guide to what's going on all over town.”
“The mobile platform is the clear catalyst for this type of outreach, making it critical to fulfilling consumer demand for up-to-the-minute news.”
“How can up-to-the-minute information and key messages be delivered even more quickly, clearly, and conveniently?”
“I am chinesedentist on Twitter if you want to follow my much less verbose and up-to-the-minute ramblings and quick impressions.”
“Use websites like GasBuddy which has free smartphone apps and GasPriceWatch, where motorists share up-to-the-minute tips on where to find low-priced fuel.”
“All of the contemporary anxieties aside, all of its up-to-the-minute currency, the film is still a film: like any old fashioned movie, its narrative moves in a straight line towards a denouement that can be either so profound, stunning, or bewildering so as to be insightful.”
“Dedicated hosting companies provide their clients with servers, support and up-to-the-minute technology housed in highly secure facilities.”
“The magazine's decline and fall is of course a complex story, involving the rise of competition from more specialized magazines, postal rate increases, and still-life photojournalism's difficulties when faced with a new rival in up-to-the-minute television.”
“So it can fill some important blind spots and provide an up-to-the-minute window on what people are thinking and what they may be doing in the future.”
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Terms with multiple hyphens, such as rent-a-crowd. Not intended to be a see-how-many-words-one-can-string-together-with-hyphens-used-adjectively sort of list.
Adjectively used nominal phrases with a "-" inside.
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