What is another word for Magazines?

Pronunciation: [mˌaɡɐzˈiːnz] (IPA)

Magazines are a popular source of entertainment, information, and inspiration for many people. They come in various forms, including print, digital, and online formats. Some popular synonyms for magazines include periodicals, journals, zines, glossies, brochures, pamphlets, and bulletins. Periodicals usually refer to publications that are regularly released on a scheduled basis, such as weekly, monthly, or quarterly. Journals typically feature articles on academic or scientific topics. Zines are often self-published, underground publications that showcase alternative or niche interests. Glossies are high-quality, glossy publications that focus on fashion, lifestyle, or celebrity news. Brochures and pamphlets are typically smaller in size and more focused on specific topics for informational purposes. Bulletins are typically reserved for news or updates within a specific organization or community.

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Usage examples for Magazines

Well, there is the housekeeping, though our servants are quite satisfactory, and it isn't onerous; and there is my mending and Martin's, and my sewing, and I have an hour's school each day for the children, and an hour's medical inspection, which usually runs into two or three; and if you will look on our table, you will not find it wholly empty of books and Magazines.
"The Locusts' Years"
Mary Helen Fee
He has published a legal text-book, and his articles on legal subjects have appeared both in law journals and in Magazines of general interest.
"Contemporary One-Act Plays Compiler: B. Roland Lewis"
Sir James M. Barrie George Middleton Althea Thurston Percy Mackaye Lady Augusta Gregor Eugene Pillot Anton Tchekov Bosworth Crocker Alfred Kreymborg Paul Greene Arthur Hopkins Paul Hervieu Jeannette Marks Oscar M. Wolff David Pinski Beulah Bornstead Herma
There were books and Magazines and the atmosphere of a place in which people really lived.
"I Walked in Arden"
Jack Crawford

Famous quotes with Magazines

  • Magazines and advertising are flogging the idea that you have to keep changing things and get something new. I think that's balls - evil. But obviously that's your livelihood.
    Robin Day
  • Magazines today are almost all stupid and moronic to start with. And it makes me furious that I can't find any articles to read anymore. I used to enjoy and , but now the pages are completely cluttered with ads.
    Ray Bradbury
  • Magazines were even more scarce than books. It was after I moved into "town" (speaking comparatively) that I began to buy Magazines. I well remember the first I ever bought. I was fifteen years old; I bought it one summer night when a wild restlessness in me would not let me keep still, and I had exhausted all the reading material on the place. I'll never forget the thrill it gave me. Somehow it never had occurred to me before that I could buy a magazine. It was an Adventure. I still have the copy. After that I bought Adventure for many years, though at times it cramped my resources to pay the price. It came out three times a month, then... I skimped and saved from one magazine to the next; I'd buy one copy and have it charged, and when the next issue was out, I'd pay for the one which I owed, and have the other one charged, and so on. So I generally owed for one, but only one.
    Robert E. Howard

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