Newses vs Nesses - What's the difference?

newses | nesses |


As nouns the difference between newses and nesses

is that newses is (label) gossip while nesses is .

newses

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Noun

(head)
  • (label) gossip.
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  • * 1985 , New York Magazine , page 19
  • On a typical day, customers will stream out with 125 USA Todays, 250 to 300 Wall Street Journals, 300 to 350 Daily Newses , 550 to 600 New York Timeses, and 4,500 to 5,000 New York Posts.
  • * 1998 , Peter Craven, The Best Australian Essays 1998 , Black Inc. (ISBN 9781863950893), page 84
  • The press conference was called just in time to make the six o'clock newses , not in time for the reporters to gather any dissenting opinion. In the public areas of Parliament House, the last tourists are leaving. The sun sets. The lights come on.
  • * 2012 , Rajesh Parameswaran, I Am An Executioner: Love Stories , A&C Black (ISBN 9781408821176)
  • I told her of the things what was happening in our country on the TV newses what she was not allowed to watch.

    nesses

    English

    Noun

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