Usage examples for newspapers

  1. The newspapers are beginning to talk. – The Doctor A Tale Of The Rockies by Ralph Connor
  2. Something about the deal got into the newspapers – Parrot & Co. by Harold MacGrath
  3. But don't you believe in newspapers – The Lost Art of Reading by Gerald Stanley Lee
  4. It was sent out in the afternoon, so that it first appeared in the evening newspapers – The Irish at the Front by Michael MacDonagh
  5. Passon, I reckon ye doesn't read the newspapers much, does ye? – God's Good Man by Marie Corelli
  6. How'll that look in the newspapers – The-Circus-Boys-on-the-Flying-Rings-or-Making-the-Start-in-the-Sawdust-Life by Darlington, Edgar B. P.
  7. I can't read anything but newspapers and lately I haven't dared to spend a penny,- because of Freddy, you know! – Berenice by E. Phillips Oppenheim
  8. The fire was in all the newspapers with the hint of a scandal at the end of the paragraph. – Peccavi by E. W. Hornung
  9. " The newspapers on the contrary, have treated your case at great length. – Recalled to Life by Grant Allen
  10. I live by my pen, sir, and I write articles on various subjects for the newspapers – Mortmain by Arthur Cheny Train
  11. He gave me the same answer when I asked if I might have the newspapers – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt
  12. The newspapers were full of the story. – The Scarlet Feather by Houghton Townley
  13. " My dear fellow, you must have been reading the English newspapers – Further Foolishness by Stephen Leacock
  14. We must have all this in the newspapers at once." – The Chestermarke Instinct by J. S. Fletcher
  15. Agent for the Early Supply of Newspapers – The Ladies' Knitting and Netting Book by Miss Watts
  16. Not a word had been spoken,- except those lying words in the newspapers which he was too proud to notice. – Phineas Redux by Anthony Trollope
  17. I don't believe there's another feller in town named Joseph Potter, who's been sellin' newspapers an' then went into the fruit business. – The Princess and Joe Potter by James Otis
  18. You are sure none of you have no correspondence, no newspapers – A Woman's Experience in the Great War by Louise Mack
  19. The newspapers said little, but through Carton and the Farrells, she heard a great deal of military gossip. – Missing by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  20. Dear old lady, dreaming so happily at the Dammthor, too old and wise to read newspapers – Dreamers of the Ghetto by I. Zangwill