from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Informal Full of news; informative.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Containing lots of news; informative.
- adj. Chatty, gossipy.
- n. A distributor of news; a newsagent.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Full of news; abounding in information as to current events.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of news; gossipy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. full of news
- adj. prone to friendly informal communication
"It will be what they call a newsy letter, of course.
Newspapers are not necessarily 'newsy' - for example the weekly or monthly publications that report on events etc past and upcoming in the cycle.
First off, it has an odd "news peg" -- that is, the newsy reason why a story is written in the first place.
Nichols, dressed in crisp white shirt and blue power tie, spoke in confiding and confident terms about the injustice of White House correspondents 'dinner seating arrangements, the need for "newsy" background meetings and early-morning gaggles, the disrespect shown toward the press by interminable delays.
In recent weeks I've had several readers tell me that they'd like more "newsy" information here on LENNDEVOURS.
My blog has become more "newsy" ironically enough, as I started writing the book and had less time to go in-world and really root around for that perfect story.
Reader, I will probably spend less time on "newsy" type things and do more reflective stuff.
Maybe it's a desire to seem "in the know"; perhaps it's explained by the fact that blogs favor "newsy" stuff, over reading old books that aren't newsworthy.
Dear lady, did you ever read some stately bit of prose, which caught in its glamour of splendid words the vital, throbbing world of affairs and passions, some crystallization of a rich experience, and then by chance turn to the "newsy" column of an American newspaper?
So shrewd a judge of humanity as a New York "newsy" had taken him to be a man of parts.