[ree-ish-oo or, esp. British, -is-yoo]
- something that is issued again, as a book or a motion picture.
- an official reprinting of a postage stamp after the original printing has been stopped.
- to issue again.
- to come forth or flow out again.
Origin of reissue
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Examples from the Web for reissued
The book was reprinted in 1988 with an updated foreward by Manchester, and this fall that edition was reissued in paperback.The Essential JFK Books
November 21, 2013
Speedboat and Pitch Dark have recently been reissued in handsome editions by the New York Review of Books.Renata Adler, Poet of a Chaotic Generation
March 21, 2013
Possibly I was reissued without him; I am not sure what the process was.
They will be forwarded and reissued at the first opportunity.Gallipoli Diary, Volume 2
The Longfellow of 1855 was reissued with the addition of Hiawatha in 1856.English Illustration 'The Sixties': 1855-70
Some of these—models of their kind—have been reissued in the Collected Essays.Pioneers of Evolution from Thales to Huxley
Anyhow, don't you think it's about time you went in on a customs payment and got reissued?The Trimmed Lamp
- to issue (a recording, book, etc) again
- something, esp a recording or book, which has been issued again
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Word Origin and History for reissued
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