Definition of 'weeklies'
Example sentences containing 'weeklies'
He was writing for one of the weeklies and so had more space than usual but even that meant only a dozen paragraphs.THE DEVIL'S OWN WORK (2002)
Every national newspaper and most of the weeklies, plus radio and television current affairs departments.LEFT, RIGHT AND CENTRE (2002)
There was a cheerful litter of the same paste-ups, art posters, heaps of paper and smart weeklies or monthlies that I had seen before.GOTHIC PURSUIT (2002)
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