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Spell Check of news

Correct spelling: news

Common misspellings for news:

newst, enews, newd, neas, naemic, nes.


Google Ngram Viewer results for news:

This graph shows how "news" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Quotes for news:

  1. One of the reasons why when Elvis dies or the Son of Sam is captured ABC News' ratings go up is because people who don't normally watch news are watching then. The question is, do you want to attract people who don't watch network news or fight over the people who do?
  2. Journalism as theater is what TV news is.
  3. The news appeals to the same jaded appetite that makes a child tire of a toy as soon as it becomes familiar and demand a new one in its place.
  4. When the news wants to tell you something is important, they put dramatic theme music behind it. They scare you into watching the story.
  5. Oil prices have fallen lately. We include this news for the benefit of gas stations, which otherwise wouldn't learn of it for six months.

Rhymes for news:

  1. cues, joos, woos, pews, confuse, views, spews, renews, shrews, druse, booze, shoes, hues, transfuse, whose, crews, misuse, reuse, cruise, druze, hughes, recuse, boos, goos, meuse, hews, infuse, bruise, kruse, soos, sous, foos, peruse, enthuse, stews, roos, jews, oohs, toulouse, use, defuse, kuse, luse, taboos, ruse, dues, coups, chuse, buse, queues, snooze, mews, tattoos, drews, mewes, twos, ques, brews, screws, schmooze, tewes, excuse, muse, koos, fuse, canoes, ewes, cruz, reviews, blues, refuse, glues, clews, tews, sues, ensues, pursues, loos, clues, revues, skews, suffuse, lose, who's, dews, moos, ooze, miscues, cruse, luiz, choose;
  2. accuse, diffuse, amuse, bemuse, accrues, abuse;
  3. overuse, kangaroos, disabuse;