Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • As, by, in the style of, or with the authority of an editor.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adverb In the manner or character of an editor or of an editorial article.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adverb In the manner of an editorial.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • adverb by means of an editorial

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Examples

  • You realize now that your frivolous risk aversion means you can never again editorially ask anyone else to lay down a personal sacrafice in the fight against tyranny more significant than your own pure hedged political posturing.

    Matthew Yglesias » Arab Spring

  • While I think of it, I wish you would tell Atwill that I like the idea of saying a word editorially for these old citizens as they leave us.

    A Hoosier Chronicle

  • The influential Jerusalem Post today called editorially for a separation of religion and government in Israel.

    JP Says Separate Religion and Government In Israel

  • The bad news is that you don't have the last administration to use as an excuse -- I use this phrase editorially, not "you" particularly -- the last administration as an excuse for non-action.

    White House.gov Agenda Articles Feed

  • It was never an editorial decision, though the NDP gets a fair shake editorially, which is also unique among mainstream media.

    Progressive Bloggers

  • Bargain with the Devil (Chase delivers another gripping tale of action and suspense in this new novel – a fast-aced and entertaining thriller with a political edge that is editorially connected to his previous novel, Darkness Under Heaven.)

    Does Amazon Know Something About Me That I Don’t?

  • This reminds me of something I would have changed, editorially: the inclusion of the piece, oh I think it was called “But not this way” or “Not like this” or something.

    Clusterbook #1 | clusterflock

  • Seconded Howard – this has the smell of either home office driven, or editorially driven with the goal of cosying up to the home office. on June 18, 2009 at 12: 14 pm Roy in Nipomo

    Where Were You When You Heard About NightJack? « POLICE INSPECTOR BLOG

  • Bargain with the Devil (Chase delivers another gripping tale of action and suspense in this new novel – a fast-aced and entertaining thriller with a political edge that is editorially connected to his previous novel, Darkness Under Heaven.)

    L, t U & E

  • Bargain with the Devil (Chase delivers another gripping tale of action and suspense in this new novel – a fast-aced and entertaining thriller with a political edge that is editorially connected to his previous novel, Darkness Under Heaven.)

    Books

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