newsflash newsflash  /ˈnus flæʃ/


  • (n) a short news announcement concerning some on-going news story



  • What he did was confirm that his son is - newsflash! - pro-Israel ("What is he an Arab?") and that he would be in a position of influence on the president ("He's not going to be .



  1. Ngo replied: "No, either until I saw the newsflash or (Fairfield mayor) Nick Lalich telephoned and told me (I did not know) it was John Newman".
    on Oct 8, 2008 By: Phuong Ngo Source: The Age

  2. "We understand there is a problem with our (sports) fans," Byrd said. "This isn't a newsflash. Everyone gets liquored up at the ball game. Then they go to the Wrigleyville bars. And then they take the train home."
    on Jul 7, 2007 By: Robert Byrd Source:

  3. "I don't think it's a newsflash that this administration is focused on jobs, jobs, jobs," Corzine said after accepting the Planned Parenthood endorsement. "I never saw the memo. I wouldn't have used the same language."
    on Oct 14, 2009 By: Jon S Corzine Source: The Star-Ledger -

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