- v. Simple past tense and past participle of remainder.
“Call her editor, get those titles remaindered, and cut that deadbeat loose.”
“Send his book to the "remaindered" pile in book stores as soon as possible.”
“One of the downsides he lists as a "remaindered" author is: Being in the bargain bin has a stigma that isn't pleasant.”
“If I misunderstood, let me know; I took 'remaindered' to mean 'going out of print'.”
“And I ordered two boxes of those "remaindered" SUMMER COUNTRY trade paperbacks, 58 books.”
“Cambridge, as early as 1894 laid great stress on the importance of discontinuous variations, collecting and collating the known facts in his "Materials for the Study of Variations"; but this important work, now become rare and valuable, at the time excited so little interest as to be 'remaindered' within a very few years after publication.”
“Though I know that Abrams is really behind the book see my last entry, I’m terrified that f I don’t make an effort to promote it, The Lover’s Path could quickly pass into that void known as the remaindered stacks.”
“The margins on imported books are really not more than 10 per cent on regular titles, but could be much more on titles that have been 'remaindered' or sold at throwaway prices.”
“I liked Hastings a lot -- they had a lot of specialist magazines, and even carried British periodicals -- and their "remaindered" section had good buys, then they added second-hand books as well.”
“Interestingly enough, before the pull, some of those First Second books had already been remaindered by Amazon (and others).”
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by Clive James
The book of my enemy has been remaindered
And I am pleased.
In vast quantities it has been remaindered
Like a van-load of counterfeit that has been sei...
Words culled from A Heartbreaking Work of Staggering Genius by Dave Eggers.
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