from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. A girl who sells or delivers newspapers.

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  • n. A girl who delivers newspapers.


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news +‎ girl


  • Air America had taken a chance on her her prior broadcast experience was as a part-time “newsgirl” at a local radio station in western Massachusetts when it launched in 2004.

    Big Girls Don’t Cry

  • Or think about a newsgirl in the late 19th or early 20th century, struggling to make a living on the city streets and caught up in the movement to institute child labor regulations.

    Louise Mirrer: How the Past Changes When It's Seen Through a Child's Eyes

  • When this facility opens next year, as part of our overall renovation, visitors of all ages will see history as it was experienced by children like that boy on the orphan train, or that newsgirl on the street.

    Louise Mirrer: How the Past Changes When It's Seen Through a Child's Eyes

  • Thank you, Scott Brown, for setting that uppity newsgirl straight, and keeping women in their place.

    The Couric countdown continueth |

  • There is a newsgirl who minds a stand here at the corner of Rose and

    Walking-Stick Papers

  • I watched her turn and speak politely to a ragged newsgirl.

    The Young Seigneur Or, Nation-Making

  • For her to wake up to it only now and run bruiting the stale information would be a ridiculous nuisance -- a newsgirl howling yesterday's extra to to-day's busy crowd.

    We Can't Have Everything

  • On the advice of his younger daughter, Mr. Menken said he had been trying to work a female newsgirl character into the lineup as well.

    NYT > Home Page

  • As the tension ­mounted before Sky TV's ­leaders 'debate, erudite newsgirl Kay Burley giggled: "I'm trying to ­remember what the river is in Bristol." - Home

  • Conversely though, if we are suppose to trust some dyed-blonde newsgirl in the green movement's pocket, would those having no problem with that be as quiet if some newsgal was in Jerry Falwell's back pocket getting chummy with the Moral Majority gang at one of those kinds of shindigs?

    Conservative Outpost


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