newsworthy


newsworthy
newsworthy [adj] important consequential, critical, crucial, essential, far-reaching, frontpage*, great, influential, material, meaningful, momentous, of note, of substance, paramount, relevant, serious, significant, urgent, vital; concept 567

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  • newsworthy — ewsworthy adj. Sufficiently interesting to be reported in a newspaper; as, a dog biting a man is not a newsworthy item. [WordNet 1.5] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • newsworthy — index notable, noteworthy Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • newsworthy — (adj.) 1932, from NEWS (Cf. news) + WORTHY (Cf. worthy) …   Etymology dictionary

  • newsworthy — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ noteworthy as news …   English terms dictionary

  • newsworthy — ☆ newsworthy [no͞oz′wʉr΄thē ] adj. having the qualities of news; timely and important or interesting …   English World dictionary

  • newsworthy — [[t]nju͟ːzwɜː(r)ði, AM nu͟ːz [/t]] ADJ GRADED An event, fact, or person that is newsworthy, is considered to be interesting enough to be reported in newspapers or on the radio or television. The number of deaths makes the story newsworthy... This …   English dictionary

  • newsworthy — UK [ˈnjuːzˌwɜː(r)ðɪ] / US [ˈnuzˌwɜrðɪ] adjective Word forms newsworthy : adjective newsworthy comparative newsworthier superlative newsworthiest interesting or important enough to be included in a news report …   English dictionary

  • newsworthy — adjective Interesting enough to be reported as a news The most newsworthy articles should be towards the front of the paper. Vintage Vinyl:Steal This Book …   Wiktionary

  • newsworthy — news|wor|thy [ˈnju:zˌwə:ði US ˈnu:zˌwə:rði] adj important or interesting enough to be reported in newspapers, on the radio, or on television ▪ newsworthy events …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • newsworthy — adjective important or interesting enough to be reported as news: The reporter s task is to report what is newsworthy about an event …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English


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