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Newsman  n.  (pl. newsmen)  
One who brings news. (Obs.)
A man who distributes or sells newspapers.

Collaborative International Dictionary of English 0.48

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"Newsman" Quotes from Famous Books

... remarkable. The newsman of a country paper was in the habit of riding his horse once or twice a week to the houses of fifty or sixty of his customers, the horse invariably stopping of his own accord at each house ...
— The Junior Classics Volume 8 - Animal and Nature Stories • Selected and arranged by William Patten

... but that Pym and you Will find me news enough—news I shall hear Under a quince-tree by a fish-pond side At Wentworth. Garrard must be re-engaged My newsman. Or, a better project now— What if when all's consummated, and the Saints Reign, and the Senate's work goes swimmingly,— What if I venture up, some day, unseen, To saunter through the Town, notice ...
— Browning's England - A Study in English Influences in Browning • Helen Archibald Clarke

... sharply? Poor child, she was always expecting news. At first she could only see that the man rode a white horse; then, as he came nearer, an odd looped-up hat showed itself, and something queer in his hand, what was it? who is it?—The old newsman! Ellen was sure. Yes—she could now see his saddle-bags, and the white horse-tail set in a handle with which he was brushing away the flies from his horse; the tin trumpet was in his other hand, to blow withal. He was ...
— The Wide, Wide World • Susan Warner

Words linked to "Newsman" :   TV newsman, communicator, reporter, newswoman, television newscaster, television reporter

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