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1. newspaper

noun. ['ˈnuːzˌpeɪpɝ'] a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements.

Synonyms

  • rotogravure
  • newspaper headline
  • editorial
  • newspaper article
  • news story
  • cartoon strip
  • feature
  • funnies
  • headline
  • comic strip
  • strip
  • newspaper column
  • news article
  • news item
  • sheet
  • school newspaper
  • sports section
  • column
  • school paper
  • daily
  • gazette
  • press
  • public press
  • tabloid
  • feature article
  • paper

Antonyms

  • dress
  • roughen
  • uncover
  • aperiodic

Etymology

  • news (English)
  • paper (English)
  • paper (Anglo-Norman)

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Words that Rhyme with Newspaper Columnist

2. newspaper

noun. ['ˈnuːzˌpeɪpɝ'] a business firm that publishes newspapers.

Synonyms

  • publishing firm
  • publishing house
  • newspaper publisher
  • publishing company
  • publisher

Antonyms

  • delay
  • decompression
  • cool

Etymology

  • news (English)
  • paper (English)
  • paper (Anglo-Norman)

3. newspaper

noun. ['ˈnuːzˌpeɪpɝ'] the physical object that is the product of a newspaper publisher.

Synonyms

  • production
  • product

Antonyms

  • praise
  • lack
  • natural object

Etymology

  • news (English)
  • paper (English)
  • paper (Anglo-Norman)

4. columnist

noun. ['ˈkɑːləmnəst'] a journalist who writes editorials.

Synonyms

  • newspaper columnist
  • journalist

5. newspaper

noun. ['ˈnuːzˌpeɪpɝ'] cheap paper made from wood pulp and used for printing newspapers.

Synonyms

  • newsprint

Etymology

  • news (English)
  • paper (English)
  • paper (Anglo-Norman)

Example sentences of the word newspaper-columnist


1. Noun Phrase
Although painting a toilet might not be your first instinct, nationally syndicated newspaper columnist Tim Carter of "Ask the Builder" recommends painting a porcelain toilet with high-gloss oil paint.

2. Noun Phrase
Nationally syndicated newspaper columnist Tim Carter advises homeowners to weigh the initial cost of installing thicker walls versus energy fuel savings in the long-run.

3. Noun Phrase
Nationally syndicated newspaper columnist Tim Carter recommends this type of glue as the best for bonding different materials such as stone and wood together.

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