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- adj. Without news.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. not having or receiving news or information.
- adj. not providing news or information.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Without news or information.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not having or receiving news or information
- adj. not providing news or information
I can't lose the whole Democratic Party is newsless than a minute ago via webEd Henry edhenrycnn
But another one of these newsless news conferences, and the broadcast networks may well leave it to cable and C-SPAN in order to stimulate their own economies.
Now Dyson can get to work on the newsless newspaper, for which much preliminary groundwork has been laid in extensive experiments.
They faced the prospect of a somewhat newsless but high-profile encounter, and they needed a device that would capture the essence of the Obama administration approach.
Everyone recognizes that it was essentially a newsless press conference until the last question.
W. Christopher (+, -) Transition to State painless but newsless.
Apparently, Britney Spears took a stroll on the streets of New York last night while her newsless, yet somehow touching documentary For the Record aired on MTV.
I was newsless all day Friday from having spent the whole day with my son at Children's Hospital.
He thinks the Times, with its soft stories and newsless front page and all its talk of being a news brand instead of a newspaper, has forsaken what a newspaper is.
Next Jacob must know whether after all these newsless years Laban, his mother's brother, still fares well: hashalom lo -- "Is there peace to him?"