A periodical publication, generally consisting of sheets of paper folded in half and stapled at fold. (noun)
Examples of word magazine
He produced a dadaist magazine, Mecano, alongside his impeccable de Stijl (the Style) magazine, which was devoted to a theory of abstraction.
• Finally, many interesting things emerge from the talk between the Word magazine and the rock of all ages Keith Richards but what stays in the mind is the fact that one of his dogs is called Syphilis and the other Ratbag.
The Batman and Robin magazine is being created by Quitely and Grant Morrison, a Scottish team who did wonderful things for All-Star Superman -- including delivering it on time, something Frank Miller and Jim Lee had trouble managing with All-Star Batman and Robin the Boy Wonder.
Marr tells the Word magazine how, prior to the interview proper, he sought to make nice with the leader of the free world.
The Robin magazine is in abeyance, and we last saw Tim Drake with a batarang impaled in his chest.
Beyond the news space, the term magazine encompasses everything from
Mark Ellen tells the story in the latest edition of the Word magazine.