editorial

[ ed-i-tawr-ee-uh l, -tohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF editorial

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By the way, your editorial explanation of Astounding Stories was a gem.

What he had come to seek in the editorial office was not controversy, but information.

Paul went on writing, and thundered from the editorial pulpit weekly.

I was then just sixteen, but I was not left out of the editorial staff.

And, when weary with editorial work, I sometimes dropped in there for refreshment.

See especially the editorial and articles in the issue of October 4, 1849.

No, from what he said, I thought he would like your writing in the editorial page.

This newspaper's editorial policy has never espoused any such position.

As for cookin' in the woods she says that part of Elijah's editorial is too much for every one.

Therefore why be sapient and solemn about it, like an editorial in a newspaper?

WORD ORIGIN

1741; see editor + -al (2). Noun meaning "newspaper article by an editor," is from 1830, American English, from the adjective in reference to such writings (1802). Related: Editorially.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR EDITORIAL

article

nounpiece of writing
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