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A person who feels compelled to search out news and information, especially online.
- ‘A few hours later, you can watch the infoholics as the plane begins its final descent. They slide their cell phones surreptitiously out of their pockets.’
- ‘For some infoholics the Internet is an alternative to the cinema, party or eating out.’
- ‘If you are one of those infoholics that just crave for more information, take a look right here for more information about me.’
From info on the model of alcoholic.
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