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republication

[ ree-puhb-li-key-shuhn ]

noun

  1. a book or the like published again.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of republication1

First recorded in 1720–30; re- + publication

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Example Sentences

This was a new and sophisticated republication of savage animism.

The question of republication is sometimes talked of, but no steps have been taken yet to accomplish the object.

The pieces in the volumes entitled "Twice-Told Tales" are now in their third republication, and, of course, are thrice-told.

Marshall assures Smith that he has "read with attention and approbation" the paper sent him and will see to its "republication."

It was disheartening to find his old publishers dubious about undertaking the republication, and for a time the work went hard.

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