tabloidadjective, noun [C]uk us /ˈtæb.lɔɪd/
- She had no desire to embroil herself in lengthy lawsuits with the tabloid newspapers.
- The Finance Minister's fall from grace gave the tabloid press great satisfaction.
- The tabloid newspapers have fastened on popular psychology.
- He doesn't want this story to get into the grubby hands of the tabloid press .
- The story was seized on by the tabloid press, who printed it under huge headlines.