Definition of tabloidese in English:

tabloidese

noun

British derogatory
  • The language or style considered characteristic of tabloid journalism, especially comprising such elements as a pithy and abbreviated style, stock phrases and colloquial vocabulary, and a sensationalist or reductive tone.

Origin

1980s; earliest use found in Keith Waterhouse (1929–2009), novelist. From tabloid + -ese.

Pronunciation

tabloidese

/ˌtablɔɪˈdiːz/