What is another word for newspapers?

Pronunciation: [njˈuːzpe͡ɪpəz] (IPA)

Newspapers, also known as newsprint, are an important source of information in today's world. They cover a wide range of topics, from politics and business to sports and entertainment. Synonyms for the word newspapers include periodicals, journals, gazettes, bulletins, weeklies, dailies, and tabloids. Periodicals refer to any publication that appears at regular intervals, such as magazines and newspapers. Journals are academic publications that cover a specific field of study or subject matter. Gazettes are official publications that are used to announce government or legal notices. Bulletins are brief news updates that are often distributed quickly. Weeklies, dailies, and tabloids are all types of newspapers that vary in frequency, format, and content.

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Usage examples for Newspapers

And why talk about heretics and newspapers on our happy Sunday in the country?
"The Furnace"
Rose Macaulay
I supposed that the newspapers would announce my return, and that there would be a three days' breath of attention, and that that would be all.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook
I am informed that the newspapers said I was to receive $25,000 for going to St. Louis.
"My Attainment of the Pole"
Frederick A. Cook

Famous quotes with Newspapers

  • Some newspapers are fit only to line the bottom of bird cages.
    Spiro T. Agnew
  • I suppose I will go on selling newspapers until at last will come the late night final.
    William Maxwell Aitken
  • Have you noticed that life, with murders and catastrophes and fabulous inheritances, happens almost exclusively in newspapers?
    Jean Anouilh
  • I think the people will- who advocate having a step back and read those public opinion polls on the front page of the newspapers all over this country saying public supports restoration in restoration of the Everglades, protection of the parks and the creation of monuments.
    Bruce Babbitt
  • There should be a background check every time a firearm is transferred. You shouldn't be able to go to a gun show and buy guns without a background check. There are Internet gun sales, classified ads in the newspapers - and you can buy guns without background checks.
    Michael D. Barnes

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