Editorial

Editorial,

Definition of Editorial:

  1. A newspaper article written by or on behalf of an editor that gives an opinion on a topical issue.

  2. Usually a brief article written by an editor that expresses a newspapers or publishing houses own views and policies on a current issue. If written by an outsider it normally carries a disclaimer saying the article does not necessarily reflects the publishers official views.

  3. Relating to the commissioning or preparing of material for publication.

Synonyms of Editorial

Allegorizing, Analysis, Annotative, Article, Clarifying, Column, Comment, Commentary, Commentation, Critical, Critical review, Criticism, Critique, Demonstrative, Demythologizing, Elucidative, Enlightening, Essay, Euhemeristic, Exegetic, Exemplificative, Explaining, Explanatory, Explicative, Explicatory, Expositive, Expository, Gloss, Glossarial, Illuminating, Illuminative, Illustrative, Journalese, Journalistic, Leader, Leading article, Magazinish, Magaziny, Newspaperish, Newspapery, Notice, Periodical, Rationalistic, Rationalizing, Remark, Report, Reportorial, Review, Running commentary, Scholiastic, Serial, Write-up, Article, Piece, Piece of writing, Item, Story, Report, Account, Write-up, Feature, Essay, Composition, Study, Review, Criticism, Critique, Notice, Commentary, Editorial, Leader

How to use Editorial in a sentence?

  1. The paper ran an editorial denouncing his hawkish stand.
  2. The editorial that was written by the school teacher made the school board nervous as it released information to the public that was not known prior to the publication of the article.
  3. The woman mistakenly complained about the opinionated nature of the newspaper piece, when in fact, the author was within his rights since it was an editorial .
  4. After a new policy was passed in his hometown, the editor of the Daily News shared his newspapers opinions in a thoughtful editorial .

Meaning of Editorial & Editorial Definition