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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Model Adwoa Aboah graced the December cover for editor Edward Enninful's first edition of British Vogue.
But the numbers spoke for themselves: Only 16,000 viewers tuned to see the first edition of Salmon, according to Britain’s Broadcasters’ Audience Research Board (BARB).
The first edition of the festival will be dedicated to jazz impresario Norman Granz, a close friend of pianist Peterson who created the celebrated Jazz at the Philharmonic concert tours of the 1940s and ’50s.
For four years, Drake has been searching the globe for the one thing -- one of few things -- that elude him: a first edition of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone.
The next book De Simone showed me was Jefferson's own copy of the Federalist Papers, a first edition given to him by Elizabeth Hamilton, wife of his enemy Alexander Hamilton, with her name written in delicate script on the title page.
Among the entries in this first edition of the parade is the Navy Mothers Club of America.
Three women completed all four legs of the first edition in 1973 and 1974.
Hi, my name is Broderick Turner, and welcome to the first edition of the Los Angeles Times’ new Clippers newsletter.
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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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