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fourth estate definition

  • noun:
    • Journalists regarded as a bunch; people hit.
    • A hypothetical fourth class of civic subjects, or fourth body (in Britain, following the Crown, as well as the two Houses of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • Journalism or reporters regarded as a bunch; the Press.
    • the press, including reporters, newspaper article writers, photographers
    • Journalists thought to be a group; people press.
    • A hypothetical fourth-class of civic subjects, or 4th human anatomy (in Britain, following the Crown, additionally the two Houses of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • Journalism or journalists considered as a bunch; the Press.
    • the hit, including reporters, paper article authors, professional photographers
    • Journalists regarded as a group; people hit.
    • A hypothetical fourth class of civic subjects, or 4th human body (in Britain, after the Crown, while the two homes of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • Journalism or reporters thought to be an organization; the Press.
    • the hit, including reporters, newspaper article writers, photographers
    • Journalists thought to be friends; the general public press.
    • A hypothetical fourth class of civic subjects, or 4th human body (in Britain, following the Crown, and the two homes of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • Journalism or journalists thought to be friends; the Press.
    • the hit, including reporters, newspaper article authors, photographers
    • Journalists considered as a bunch; people press.
    • A hypothetical fourth-class of civic subjects, or 4th human anatomy (in Britain, following the Crown, and also the two Houses of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • Journalism or journalists thought to be friends; the Press.
    • the hit, including journalists, newsprint writers, professional photographers
    • Journalists regarded as a bunch; the general public press.
    • Journalists thought to be an organization; the public press.
    • A hypothetical fourth-class of civic subjects, or fourth human body (in Britain, following the Crown, and the two Houses of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • A hypothetical fourth-class of civic subjects, or 4th human anatomy (in Britain, following the Crown, in addition to two Houses of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • Journalism or journalists considered as an organization; the Press.
    • Journalism or reporters thought to be friends; the Press.
    • the press, including reporters, newsprint article writers, photographers
    • the hit, including journalists, newspaper article authors, photographers
    • Journalists regarded as an organization; the general public press.
    • A hypothetical fourth-class of civic subjects, or 4th human body (in Britain, following the Crown, and the two homes of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • Journalism or journalists thought to be friends; the Press.
    • the press, including journalists, magazine article writers, photographers
    • Journalists considered as friends; people hit.
    • A hypothetical fourth-class of civic subjects, or fourth body (in Britain, after the Crown, and also the two homes of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • Journalism or reporters thought to be a bunch; the Press.
    • the hit, including journalists, magazine article authors, professional photographers
    • Journalists considered as a group; the general public press.
    • Journalists regarded as an organization; people hit.
    • Journalists thought to be an organization; people hit.
    • A hypothetical fourth-class of civic topics, or 4th human body (in Britain, after the Crown, and two homes of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • A hypothetical fourth-class of civic topics, or fourth body (in Britain, after the Crown, and also the two homes of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • A hypothetical fourth-class of civic subjects, or 4th human anatomy (in Britain, after the Crown, in addition to two homes of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • reporters considered as a group; people press.
    • Journalists regarded as an organization; the general public press.
    • Journalism or reporters regarded as a bunch; the Press.
    • Journalism or reporters thought to be a bunch; the Press.
    • A hypothetical fourth-class of civic topics, or 4th human body (in Britain, following the Crown, while the two Houses of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • Journalism or reporters thought to be friends; the Press.
    • A hypothetical fourth class of civic subjects, or fourth human anatomy (in Britain, after the Crown, as well as the two Houses of Parliament) which governed legislation.
    • the hit, including reporters, newsprint article authors, professional photographers
    • Journalism or journalists thought to be a group; the Press.
    • the press, including journalists, newspaper article writers, professional photographers
    • the press, including journalists, magazine article writers, photographers
    • Journalism or journalists thought to be friends; the Press.
    • the press, including journalists, paper article authors, professional photographers
    • the press, including journalists, paper article authors, professional photographers
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