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outsert

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

Definition of outsert

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

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Origin and Etymology of outsert

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


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outsert

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

Definition of outsert

-ed/-ing/-s
1 :to place as an outsert
  • color plates outserted to signatures
2 :to add an outsert to
  • signatures outserted and ready for gathering

Origin and Etymology of outsert

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


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