Examples of first edition in a Sentence
There were many errors in the book's first edition.
She owns a valuable first edition of Huckleberry Finn.
Recent Examples of first edition from the Web
The limited first edition that comes with a DVD containing the music video and the making-of feature will be released along with the regular version.
In 2009, Jill Singer and Monica Khemsurov started the magazine Sight Unseen, and five years ago, the duo launched the first edition of Sight Unseen OFFSITE, a showcase for contemporary design.
Folks: Read the first edition of our new newsletter, The Cybersecurity 202 by Derek Hawkins.
The main addition is more stories from people.…There was some confusion among people who read the first edition where the main responsibility for building bridges really fell.
The Texas A&M University Libraries recently acquired a rare first edition of Stephen F. Austin's own map of Texas, first produced in 1830.
And in February, Viacom acquired YouTuber convention and festival VidCon, whose first edition under Viacom ownership unspools in June.
The museum also owns 11 of Zelda's paintings, personal belongings like an inkwell and beaded purse, and first editions of Fitzgerald's novels.
However, Carreyrou informed his followers that the book’s first edition won’t include anything about the videogame.
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FIRST EDITION Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of first edition for English Language Learners
: the first set of printed copies of a book; also : a single copy from such a set
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