verb (used with object), re·is·sued, re·is·su·ing.
verb (used without object), re·is·sued, re·is·su·ing.
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OTHER WORDS FROM reissuere·is·su·a·ble, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for reissue
Its first publication was a reissue of Michael Broadbent’s “Wine Tasting.”Crack open the best 2020 wine books for rich history, international politics and a vintner’s lively memoir|Dave McIntyre|December 11, 2020|Washington Post
USAopolyUSAopoly is a licensee of classic board game trademarks that focuses on specialized editions and reissues of established games.
So, happily, the novel is now being reissued for the first time since then, in a new edition.
The book was reprinted in 1988 with an updated foreward by Manchester, and this fall that edition was reissued in paperback.
When they finally reissued it with the Australian accents, the performances are so amazing.‘Machete Kills’ Director Robert Rodriguez on His Favorite Cult Movies|Robert Rodriguez|October 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
Speedboat and Pitch Dark have recently been reissued in handsome editions by the New York Review of Books.
The company reissued the dress, calling it the Dr. Biden, and it became a bestseller.
The globes of the year 1696 were reissued in the year 1699, with certain unimportant alterations.
His globes, it appears, were reissued by Frederick Akrel,169 an engraver who had assisted him in his work.
Instead of this, under the plea of necessity, the greater part of it was reissued in the form of small notes.Fiat Money Inflation in France|Andrew Dickson White
The Longfellow of 1855 was reissued with the addition of Hiawatha in 1856.English Illustration 'The Sixties': 1855-70|Gleeson White
It was full ten minutes before Mr. McLean reissued from his quarters on his return to the major's house.'Laramie;'|Charles King