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editorial, adj. and n.
b. spec. Written, or ostensibly written, by the editor of a newspaper, as distinct from news items.
1802 25 Feb. (1851) 796 The editorial part of the paper..was supposed to come from the pen of Mr. Hobby.
1816 10 Index Editorial articles.
1849 34 9 We shall set forth in this editorial leader, that our friends may know exactly where we are.
1877 Dec. 109/1 [He] thoroughly worked an idea into an editorial leader.
1920 P. C. Bing 145 [They minimized] the importance of the editorial page.
Oxford English Dictionary, 'editorial
', retrieved 2/12/2018.
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