- ti jounaltabloids
Noun(1) sensationalist journalism(2) newspaper with half-size pages
(1) My interest in talking about Keira, however, is not to add to the stockpile of tabloid tittle-tattle.(2) In fact, most of us have the same low tabloid tastes as everyone else.(3) a tabloid TV show(4) The rise of tabloid journalism, and then of Hollywood, intensified this trend.(5) the tabloid press(6) tabloid newspaper(7) The story and my picture were emblazoned on the front page of a tabloid .(8) The first obstacle to the rising star of my career in tabloid television was that we were lost.(9) Is it too much to expect, in this increasing tabloid media age, leadership from the media too?(10) If this tabloid exposÔö£┬« is on the level, frankly we should all be chucking our jewellery crossly into the woods.(11) His tabloid chatter won over a new generation and their relationship blossomed.(12) they argued about who made what allegation on what tabloid TV show(13) We ape the worst of tabloid titillation in a relentless downward drive of tacky exploitation.(14) Chattering about tabloid trivia or television celebrity shows, he can barely conceal his lack of interest.(15) It is tabloid trash no matter how you dress it up or justify it to yourselves.(16) Britain's first blind prime minister would certainly have tabloid appeal.
(1) tabloid press :: ti jounal laprès
1. rag ::
2. sheet ::
Different Formstabloid, tabloids
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