Definition of 'newscaster'
Example sentences containing 'newscaster'
Good news or bad, it was all delivered in the same flat tone, giving the impression that every newscaster had been cloned from a prototype.THE ENDLESS GAME (2001) THE HELLBOUND HEART (2001)
The snowstorm produced by the poor reception was particularly bad today, but the words of the newscaster came over loud and clear.WALL GAMES (2001)
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