News vs Newslike - What's the difference?

news | newslike |


As a noun news

is (latest) news.

As an adjective newslike is

resembling or characteristic of news or a news broadcast.

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news

English

Noun

(wikipedia news) (en-noun)
  • New information of interest.
  • Is there any news about the storm?
    That was not much news in the press release.
  • Reports of current events broadcast via media such as newspapers or television.
  • Did you listen to the news tonight?
    The news is that Mr. Jones died yesterday from cancer.
  • (computing, internet) posts published on newsgroups
  • Derived terms

    * bad news * good news * hard news * local news * national news * news agency * newsagent * news feature * newsflash * newsman * newspaper * newsreader * news report * news reporter * news station * news stream * no news is good news * slow news day * soft news * that's news to me * world news * breaking news * news feed

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    newslike

    English

    Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • Resembling or characteristic of news or a news broadcast.
  • * 1972 , Agnes Domandi Langdon, Modern German literature
  • This accounts for the newslike freshness of his writings. Proof of its quality lies in the fact that some of his things can still be read today.
  • * 1992 , Edwin Diamond, Stephen Bates, The spot: the rise of political advertising on television
  • Such newslike spots had been done occasionally before, beginning when television news became a major source of information for voters...
  • * 2001 , David Walsh, Kristin Parker, Monica Walsh, Dr. Dave's Cyberhood
  • The newslike format is supposed to suggest we're getting something valuable, like insight into real life events. Of course, this isn't news...