[ UK /njˈuːzbɔ‍ɪ/ ]
  1. a boy who delivers newspapers
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How To Use newsboy In A Sentence

  • Mondo's nattily attired in a black and white newsboy outfit, double swoon. Holly Cara Price: Rubbernecking: Project Runway, Episode 9 "Race to the Finish"
  • He was given a ‘grand’ funeral that included a cortège of fifty-six newsboys, six of whom carried his body from the home on Pear Street to St. Joseph's Church.
  • Orphaned newsboy Billy Batson became the grown-up Captain Marvel with powers that included gaining super strength by saying ‘Shazam!’
  • More often, contemporaries described such youths by their street occupation or activity: newsboys, copper pickers, wood-stealers, ragpickers, swill-gatherers, bootblacks.
  • He avoided factory settings; his heroes were newsboys, bootblacks, and clerks.
  • Before they could move, however, a small newsboy, clad in a grey tweed vest and a grey cap, came up to them.
  • A newsboy was screaming an extra.
  • Newsboy caps and fedoras that don't cover the ears and blow away in the wind, earflap and trapper hats that look Elmer Fuddy and knit caps and bandanas that are as welcome in the office as, well sweatpants. Martha Rosenberg: Before You Bash the Fashion Industry, Remember It Gave Us Leggings
  • Even the newsboy, inured to the short words of an unfriendly world, and usually quite indifferent thereto, was impressed by the asperity of the suggestion and moved somewhat hastily on. A Christmas Accident and Other Stories
  • I hadn't yet lost the feeling that a newsboy was a sort of cross between an orphan and a beggar. One Way Out A Middle-class New-Englander Emigrates to America
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