newspaperwoman newspaperwoman


  • (n) a journalist employed to provide news stories for newspapers or broadcast media


  1. The work of a young Atlanta newspaperwoman, Gone With the Wind is remarkable in other ways than its extreme length.
  2. A conscientious, self-effacing newspaperwoman, she is Household Editor of the Newark Sunday Call, has been in the same job ever since she finished school, 20 years ago.
  3. Sinclair Lewis, novelist; to Dorothy Thompson, newspaperwoman; at Saint Martin's registry office in London.


  • "Her passing is a great loss to not only San Diego but to the country," Kemp said. "She's the Kay Graham of the West Coast - a great newspaperwoman and a great woman in her own right."
    on Aug 27, 2004 By: Jack Kemp Source: San Diego Union Tribune

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