reissue

[ ree-ish-oo or, esp. British, -is-yoo ]SEE DEFINITION OF reissue
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REISSUE

Shann repeated his words, heard them reissue as a series of clicks, and waited.

There was a reissue in 1867, with a new Title-page and without the line-border.

Prosper Blanchemain edited a reissue of the works of Louise Labé in 1875.

The reissue should be welcome to every one interested in Irish history.

A reissue of the gasp might have become "Merciful Gracious!"

However, when I reissue forth, I find that he has disappeared.

Their reissue is sanctioned by no law and warranted by no necessity.

After a lapse of a few weeks the Bank of Burma will reissue the letter.

He afterwards surrendered this original patent and obtained a reissue in three divisions.

It was in the year 1640 that the firm referred to undertook the reissue of the Hondius globes of earlier date.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s, from re- "back, again" + issue (v.). Related: Reissued; reissuing. The noun is attested from 1805.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR REISSUE

edition

nounissue of publication
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