As a verb sensationalize
is to glorify or inflate the importance of a piece of news; to artificially create a sensation.
As an adjective sensationalizable is
(rare) that can be sensationalized.
To glorify or inflate the importance of a piece of news; to artificially create a sensation.
(rare) That can be sensationalized.
* 1988 , Ray A Goldberg, Research in domestic and international agribusiness management
* 1993 , William Frank Buckley, Patricia B Bozell, Happy days were here again: reflections of a libertarian journalist
- ...the Soviet purchases once again became sensationalizable news.
* 1998 , Asad Latif, Walking the tightrope: press freedom and professional standards in Asia
- Granted that when presidential primary season sets in, the least abnormality, or the most sensationalizable normality, becomes the focus of the procrustean imperative.
- In any case, the broadsheets find enough sensationalizable material in politics and business for their own marketing purposes.