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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In the case of chess, and the first edition of the Go-conquering algorithm, the computer wasn't just presented with the rules of the game.
On Friday, the first edition of Goop magazine—a quarterly glossy launched in tandem with Condé Nast (which also owns Bon Appétit)—made its debut featuring, who else?, Goop founder and face Paltrow.
The first edition of the Boston Cooking-School Cook Book—now known as The Fannie Farmer Cookbook—reads like a road map for 20th-century American cuisine.
The chief of staff, who tends to avoid media appearances, sat down with Laura Ingraham on Monday night for the first edition of her prime-time show on Fox News.
Pictures of a nude Monroe catapulted Playboy to success with its first edition in 1953.
IU’s Lilly Library will exhibit a rare first edition of the book, and Ball State is planning theatrical performances.
However, the first edition of Glass was laid to rest in 2015 after a difficult run that was fraught with privacy concerns over its camera, leading Glass to be banned in some public locations.
The sheer number of decorative elements documented in Price’s home — framed paintings, first edition books, sculptures, photographs, icons — feels novelistic.
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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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