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  • n. Plural form of newsmonger.


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  • For years, the newspaper industry has declined in profit and subscriptions, as newsmongers more often than not log onto the Internet to get their daily fix.

    Sheila Shayon: Purity, Integrity, Inspiration: Possible in 2009 News Online?

  • If the public actually wakes up and starts demanding integrity, honesty and substance from its newsmongers, maybe last night's fiasco will actually prove to have had value.

    George Stephanopoulos Responds To Obama, Defends Handling Of Debate

  • He retired back accordingly among the company, unable to quit the room, and enquiring at those whom he considered as the best newsmongers for such information as — “Who is that stately-looking woman, Mr. Butler?”

    The Surgeon's Daughter

  • The fearless newsmongers at the Onion have launched the “War for the White House,” and in this video document how the candidates are pandering to yet another interest group.

    Our Favorite Videos of the Week: The Best Primary/Caucus Moments So Far

  • Would you know what it broke off upon, you must ask the newsmongers, and the coffee-houses; who, I dare say, know it all very minutely; but I, who am not apt to know anything that I do not know, honestly and humbly confess, that I cannot tell you; probably one party asked too much, and the other would grant too little.

    Letters to his son on The Art of Becoming a Man of the World and a Gentleman

  • This was the duty expected from him, and this he would have done, and the value of the party would have been increased by thirty per cent. by such doing; but now, as it was, the newsmongers of the West End were likely to get much more out of it.

    Framley Parsonage

  • You are glorious newsmongers in Ireland — Dean Francis, [10] Sir R. Levinge, [11] stuff stuff: and Pratt, more stuff.

    The Journal to Stella

  • I found the street crowded almost every day with new comers, newsmongers, and guides.

    Travels in Arabia

  • Today, the usual idlers and newsmongers could hardly find a place to stand.

    Through Wolfs Eyes

  • And Quavo, judging that his news had brought him into rare favor, told more and more wonderful t ales of the magic cloak, some of which were true, while others were mere inventions of his own; for newsmongers, as everyone knows, were ever unable to stick to facts since the world began.

    Queen Zixi of Ix


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