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.
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The first edition dust jackets of the books vividly convey the differences between Uris and Hersey’s approaches.
The festival’s focus on creating a power player conference comes as it is set to hold its first edition in the northern city of Lille, and just after the city of Cannes held its first CanneSeries festival on the French Riviera to mixed reviews.
In 1828, the first edition of Noah Webster’s ‘‘American Dictionary of the English Language’’ was published.
After three seasons of field work, volunteers with the Wisconsin Breeding Bird Atlas II have documented 224 species of breeding birds in the Badger State, including 13 species not found in the first edition of the work two decades ago.
See it all in our first edition of Girl x World: Best Hang Out Spot: The beaches in Hawaii live up to their reputation of being some of the best in the world.
The New Orleans Tribune's first edition was published on July 21, 1864.
The global nations league also would usurp UEFA’s own version of a similar competition, which begins its first edition later this year.
Its first edition was two short stories, one contributed by Virginia and one by Leonard.
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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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