journalese journalese  /ˌdʒɜr nə ˈliz/


  • (n) the style in which newspapers are written


  1. Unbeknown to an unsuspecting public, Boy George's drug troubles touched off a severe crisis in the journalese-speaking community.
  2. No bunk, no journalese, no sentimentality.
  3. Written in vigorous journalese, with a great show of impartiality, Children of the Rising Sun deals with the challenging first half of this prophecy.
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