American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An edition, as of a book or print, restricted to a specified number of copies.
- n. an edition that is restricted to a specific number of copies
“The following text, published originally in a very limited edition and only reprinted once in a limited facsimile edition, is a collection of letters from Henry Venn Lansdown to his daughter,”
“There was Zusetsu Toso Kinko Meishuroku, of the limited edition of 1,200.”
“The eighteen-inch stuffed Vixen doll — the full set of action figures (including the very rare Lilith Kane, the Duchess of Darkness) — the Franklin Mint limited edition sword and stake (of genuine English rowan!) — the cups and mugs and keychains and T-shirts and caps blazoned with the show's logo and her picture.”
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