[ UK /njˈuːzmæn/ ]
[ US /ˈnuzˌmæn, ˈnuzmən/ ]
  1. a person who investigates and reports or edits news stories
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How To Use newsman In A Sentence

  • If Stewart's liberalish newsman is the voice of sanity and Colbert's right-wing talk-show host is the voice of fear, and hundreds of thousands turn out to celebrate sanity, that's a powerful statement. Adele Stan: 4 Reasons Why Jon Stewart's Rally to Restore Sanity Is Great for Progressives
  • I will say to you now that what it is in fact what happened or not, I can see the handwriting from every newsman and every protohistorian, it's going to be, when Sharon came to Washington, the president gave him the green light to do what he is now going to do in response to the Palestinians, just like we gave the green light. CNN Transcript Dec 3, 2001
  • This guy could have been a good newsman, nows hes been relegated to batboy. ge King: What will triumph in health care push - reform or recess?
  • Ditching the Bruce character entirely, this "Almighty" focuses on Steve Carell's scene-stealingly tongue-tied newsman Evan Baxter endowed with the Lord's powers, Bruce had memorably made Evan trip over his words on-air. YesButNoButYes: Just Say Noah
  • A newsman's job is to report the news - not undermine natural inhibitions guided by centuries of moral teaching.
  • The newsman jazzed up the story to sell himself to the editor of the weekly.
  • You claim full employment, high bovine productivity, and arrest the newsman who reported the numbers.
  • Wordsworth, rather, hurries us onward in anapestic strides, imaging successive auditors (the apprentice, the newsman, the lamplighter, et al.), and ending with "pursue! Captivation and Liberty in Wordsworth's Poems on Music
  • But unless a newsman is out of favor, Ziegler is at least accessible to the press. The President and the Press
  • Another writer addressed a letter to the director of the FBI, J. Edgar Hoover, regarding civil proceedings between Baker and Walter Winchell, well-known newsman and broadcaster.
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