newspaper

[nooz-pey-per, nyooz-, noos-, nyoos-]
noun
1.
a publication issued at regular and usually close intervals, especially daily or weekly, and commonly containing news, comment, features, and advertising.
2.
a business organization publishing such a publication.
3.
a single issue or copy of such a publication.

Origin:
1660–70; news + paper

newspaperdom, noun
newspaperish, adjective
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newspaper (ˈnjuːzˌpeɪpə)
 
n
1.  a.  Often shortened to: paper a weekly or daily publication consisting of folded sheets and containing articles on the news, features, reviews, and advertisements
 b.  (as modifier): a newspaper article
2.  a less common name for newsprint

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newspaper
1660s, though the thing itself is much older, from news + paper.
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Example sentences for newspapers
In his latter years as a cricketer, he has written for a number of newspapers.
Many newspapers, meanwhile, declared the anarchist movement responsible for the
  murder.
Other newspapers were not closed, but were extensively censored.
The disaster was widely reported on the front pages of newspapers across the
  country.
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