- New information of interest.
- Is there any news about the storm?
- That's news to me.
- Reports of current events broadcast via media such as newspapers or television.
- Did you listen to the news tonight?
- The news is that Mr. Jones died yesterday from cancer.
Adjectives for News
lamentable; alarming; distasteful; inevitable; ill; current; pleasant; inestimable; cheerful; especial; unwelcome; electrifying; disastrous; positive; serious; fresh; irrelevant; dire; long-expected; glorious; interpretative; astonishing; dreadful; vengeful; amazing; definite; startling; fashionable? comparative; distressing; encouraging; exciting; reassuring; deplorable; stupefying; blackest; domestic; panic; inside; sharp: ominous; hopeful; unacceptable; uncertain; unsatisfactory; major; vital; ghastly; significant; condensed; below-the-surface; latest; accurate; fevered; world; heartbreaking.
Verbs for News
bear—-; bound into—; broadcast—; bruit about—; comb for—; crop into—; disseminate—; dominate—; edit—; falsify—; flash into—; glean—; greet—; hail—; impart—; overshadow—; purvey—; relay—; scan—; scream—; sift—; spot—; suppress—; verify —; —blazes; —breaks; —fades; —filters through; —stuns; —trickles in.
account, advice, announcement, bulletin, communication, communique, daily, daily newspaper, dirt, dispatch, dope, expose, extra, extra edition, gazette, gossip, hearsay, info, information, intelligence, low-down, lowdown, message, national newspaper, neighborhood newspaper, newscast, newspaper, newspaper of record, paper, poop, press release, rag, report, rumor, scandal, scoop, scuttlebutt, sheet, special, special edition, statement, story, tabloid, talk, tattle, tidings, weekly, weekly newspaper, word
Plural of noun "new"
- enPR: n(y)o͞oz, IPA: /n(j)uːz/, SAMPA: /n(j)u:z/
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- Homophone: gnus (in some dialects)
- Rhymes: -uːz