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noun

an edition of a book prepared for library use, especially with a library binding.
a set of books with common subject matter or authorship and uniform physical characteristics.

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Origin of library edition

First recorded in 1865–70
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library edition

noun

an edition of a book having a superior quality of paper, binding, etc
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