Meaning of sensationalistic in English:

sensationalistic

adjective

See sensationalist

‘She was not the first to be duped by sensationalistic stories about drugs.’
  • ‘Crime coverage, especially on the local TV news, is invariably sensationalistic.’
  • ‘These sensationalistic tabloids are well-known for their biting reports.’
  • ‘There have been two murders linked to sensationalistic talk shows.’
  • ‘The paper later did its journalistic duty by summing up their feelings in a sensationalistic headline.’

Pronunciation

sensationalistic

/s(ɛ)nˌseɪʃənəˈlɪstɪk/ /s(ɛ)nˌseɪʃənlˈɪstɪk/