Definition of Subeditorial

1. [adj]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Subeditorial

subdwarf
subdwarfs
subdynamics
subecho
subechoes
subeconomies
subeconomy
subedar
subedars
subedarship
subedarships
subedit
subedited
subediting
subeditor
subeditorial (current term)
subeditors
subedits
subefficient
subellipsoid
subelongate
subempire
subempires
subemployed
subemployment
subemployments
subendocardial
subendothelia
subendothelial
subendothelium

Literary usage of Subeditorial

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Transactions of the Philological Society by Philological Society (Great Britain). (1881)
"From the gentleman who had the earlier slips for 0—ON, and desired to continue his subeditorial work, I have received no report of progress ; the materials ..."

2. The French Revolution: A History by Thomas Carlyle (1867)
"Anaxagoras Chaumette we saw mounted on bourne-stones, while Tallien worked sedentary at the subeditorial desk. In any corner of the civilised world, ..."

3. Caricature and Other Comic Art in All Times and Many Lands by James Parton (1877)
"Even after his brother James had been in prison for his editorial conduct, Benjamin, who had been left in charge of the paper, drew with his subeditorial ..."

4. Studien über die Eigennamen im Beowulf by Erik Björkman (1900)
"... wollt ihr ewig leben, Unprintable Offscouring of Scoundrels, would ye live forever!" (!) 37. while Tallien worked sedentary at the subeditorial desk. ..."

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