newsprint

[nooz-print, nyooz-]
noun
a low-grade, machine-finished paper made from wood pulp and a small percentage of sulfite pulp, used chiefly for newspapers.
Also called newspaper.


Origin:
1895–1900; news + print

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newsprint (ˈnjuːzˌprɪnt)
 
n
an inexpensive wood-pulp paper used for newspapers

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Example sentences
The model resembles the cell-phone packages more than the newsprint marketing.
It has also shrunk the size of the typical newspaper page, cutting the cost of
  newsprint by cutting news content.
Your small group will need newsprint, felt-tipped markers, and a roll of
  masking tape.
Have each student set the new sheet of paper aside, still attached to the
  newsprint, in a safe place to dry.
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