from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. One who sells newspapers, magazines, and other periodicals.
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- n. A person who sells newspapers etc.
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- n. someone who sells newspapers
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Watchmen fans will no doubt enjoy the cameo appearances of newsdealer Bernard, Silk Spectre's manager, wally Weaver and the (as yet unscarred) psychiatrist, although I was annoyed by his declaration of how much he'd love to be able to psychoanalyze a superhero.
Papa sat at the kitchen counter reading the Times of India, dated copies sent to him by a newsdealer in London.
Oh My Sweet Merciful Ghod...run don't walk to your nearest and driest newsdealer, you HAVE to read Brian McGrory's column in today's Globe.
The Italian newsdealer now delivered the morning papers, and these he read assiduously.
Malone gallantly handed one to the owner of the voice, collected the money, and handed it to the bewildered newsdealer.
If your bookseller or newsdealer does not keep THE GREAT ROUND WORLD call his attention to this notice, and ask him to write to
If you cannot obtain the ones you want from any newsdealer, send the price in money or postage stamps by mail to FRANK TOUSEY, PUBLISHER, 24 UNION SQUARE, New York, and you will receive the copies you order, by return mail.
For sale by all newsdealer in the United States and Canada, or sent, post-paid, to your address on receipt of the price, 5 cents.
Just the thing wanted. 10 cts. of any newsdealer or by mail.
They are for sale by every newsdealer, or they will be sent by mail, postpaid, for 25 cents each, or any five books for $1.00.