outsert

noun
out·sert | \ˈau̇tˌsər|t, -sə̄|, -səi|, usually |t+V\
plural -s

Definition of outsert 

(Entry 1 of 2)

: a usually 4-page section (as of a magazine) so imposed and printed that it can be placed outside another signature — compare insert

outsert

transitive verb
out·sert | \(ˈ)au̇tˈsər|t, -sə̄|, -səi|, usually |t+V\
-ed/-ing/-s

Definition of outsert (Entry 2 of 2)

1 : to place as an outsert color plates outserted to signatures

2 : to add an outsert to signatures outserted and ready for gathering

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History and Etymology for outsert

Noun

out entry 3 + -sert (as in insert, noun)

Transitive verb

out entry 1 + -sert (as in insert, verb)

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