The writing of good, plain English, rather than "smart" journalese should be the aim.
It has been translated into Austrian-German and thence retranslated into British journalese.
In journalese, to perform upon a musical instrument; as, "He presided at the piccolo."
It was by the crude, almost barbaric, cry of his journalese that Rudyard Kipling awoke the world with a start.
The column he was reading described the wedding of his uncle with Miss Jenny Launton, and journalese surpassed itself.
Distinct from journalese, the two yet overlap, "and have a knack of assimilating each other's vices."
The strong light at the back of the house—a wobbly one—was rapidly becoming a glow in the heavens, as they say in journalese.
In this empire of journalese a man finds it so very easy to say the wrong thing that he never thinks of saying anything else.