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editionized, adj.

Forms:? 19– editionised, 19– editionized. (Show Less)
Origin: Formed within English, by derivation. Etymons: edition n., -ized suffix.
Chiefly British.

? Of a newspaper: produced in different editions on the same day, typically in order to cater for the interests and requirements of different regions.

1913?? Newspaper Press Directory (ed. 68) 146/1?? Sheffield Weekly Independent... Fully illustrated—sketches, cartoons (local and national)—and a big variety of high-class literary contributions. Is editionised for districts.
1982?? Daily Tel. 10 Aug. 17 (advt.) ?? From November an editionised newspaper..will be produced centrally.
2008?? R. Haynes & R. Boyle in N. Blain & D. Hutchison Media in Scotl. xviii. 264?? Editionised tabloids have eroded indigenous newspaper sales.

1913—2008(Hide quotations)


This entry has been updated (OED Third Edition, June 2020).