What is another word for newsmonger?

Pronunciation: [njˈuːzmʌŋɡə] (IPA)

Newsmonger is a term used to describe someone who spreads rumors or gossip, usually about current events. There are several synonyms for this word, including gossip, rumor-monger, news hound, news junkie, and sensationalist. Gossip refers to the spreading of information that may or may not be true, while rumor-monger emphasizes the spreading of false information. News hound and news junkie are terms used to describe individuals who are obsessed with following current events and breaking news stories. Sensationalist is a term used to describe someone who exaggerates or sensationalizes news stories to gain attention or to cause controversy. All of these synonyms share the common theme of being involved in the dissemination of information, whether true or false.

Synonyms for Newsmonger:

What are the hypernyms for Newsmonger?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the opposite words for newsmonger?

The word "newsmonger" refers to a person who spreads rumors or sensationalizes news. The antonyms for this could be someone who is dependable, honest, trustworthy, and ethical in their approach towards reporting news. Some of the antonyms could be "reliable reporter," "responsible informer," "credible journalist," "truthful newscaster," and "straightforward narrator." These antonyms emphasize the importance of accuracy, objectivity, and credibility in journalism, which is often compromised by newsmongers. Using these antonyms can help convey a positive and professional image of a news reporter or journalist, who is committed to presenting news with integrity and accountability.

What are the antonyms for Newsmonger?

  • n.

    gossip

Usage examples for Newsmonger

Like most great processes of art, this is an adoption and perfecting of habits usual with the most inartistic people-a turning to good account of the interminably circumstantial superfluities of the common gossip and newsmonger.
"The English Novel"
George Saintsbury
And it was due in some measure to Oline that things had turned out no worse; so earnest was she in trying to secure a small remainder for herself that she dragged to light forgotten items that she, as gossip and newsmonger for years, remembered still, or matters outstanding which others would have passed over on purpose, to avoid causing unpleasantness to respectable fellow-citizens.
"Growth of the Soil"
Knut Hamsun
The observer suffered for this; he was a wealthy citizen, and great newsmonger, and one who haunted Paul's Walk.
"Curiosities of Literature, Vol. 3 (of 3)"
Isaac Disraeli

Word of the Day

Recoiler
Synonyms:
chucker-out, bouncer.