Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A man who owns or publishes a newspaper.
  • noun A man who is a newspaper reporter, writer, or editor.

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  • noun A man who works in the production of the text of a newspaper; a reporter, editor, etc.

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  • noun a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media

Etymologies

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newspaper +‎ -man

Examples

  • Ibrahim Asgharzadeh, a ringleader of the takeover who has become a reform politician and newspaperman, is emphatic in his assessment: Hostage-taking is not an acceptable action under international norms and standards.

    Among the Hostage-Takers

  • Ibrahim Asgharzadeh, a ringleader of the takeover who has become a reform politician and newspaperman, is emphatic in his assessment: Hostage-taking is not an acceptable action under international norms and standards.

    Among the Hostage-Takers

  • Ibrahim Asgharzadeh, a ringleader of the takeover who has become a reform politician and newspaperman, is emphatic in his assessment: Hostage-taking is not an acceptable action under international norms and standards.

    Among the Hostage-Takers

  • JCW: Do you actually not know what the word newspaperman means?

    INTERVIEW: John C. Wright

  • The man of science drew a long, quick breath -- it might have been one of uneasiness -- and called the newspaperman's home number.

    Alfred Hitchcock's Mystery Magazine

  • A journalist (also called a newspaperman) is a person who practices journalism, the gathering and dissemination of information about current events, trends, issues, and people while striving for viewpoints that aren't biased.

    Lou Minatti

  • Keeley used to work as a "newspaperman," an eminently masculine synonym for "journalist" in the Hollywood lexicon.

    Caught in the Crossfire: Adrian Scott and the Politics of Americanism in 1940s Hollywood

  • SnagFilms good press these days for hiring journalists such as newspaperman Carl Cannon and Walter Shapiro, a veteran of

    Business and financial news - CNNMoney.com

  • With so many papers going out of business, Andy Rooney, a self-proclaimed "newspaperman" and CBS "60-Minutes" commentator, recently expressed his worry about the industry in a homage to newsprint.

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  • The dame had class, and she was as good a boss as a newspaperman could imagine.

    Katharine Graham: Portrait of a lady, on display in D.C.

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