What is another word for special editions?

Pronunciation: [spˈɛʃə͡l ɪdˈɪʃənz] (IPA)

Special editions, also known as limited editions, commemorate a particular event or person and often feature unique content or packaging. Another synonym for special editions is collector's editions, which suggests that the item is valuable and sought after by collectors. Variant editions are another term, indicating that the content is different from the original or standard edition. Anniversary editions celebrate a milestone and often include commemorative items such as a poster or booklet. Deluxe editions suggest a higher quality or more luxurious version of the original product. Finally, exclusive editions are only available through certain retailers or events, making them even more desirable to collectors.

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What are the hypernyms for Special editions?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Famous quotes with Special editions

  • “Jesse, news for the masses, whether it’s XV or all the way back to the old newspapers, is People don’t follow the news to stay informed, no matter what they tell you in school, they watch or experience to be entertained. If it were like they teach in school, they’d put the congressional budget, scientific research, and bios of every important bureaucrat in the opening slot, and they’d do special editions for the Nobel Prizes and the World Health Organization’s annual report. That’s not what it’s about. They cover crime, sports, famous people having sex, funny animal stories, what it’s like to stay in an expensive hotel in a resort area. Because that’s what’s interesting and fun and entertaining. “It wouldn’t matter so much except that people’s lives are so dull they believe their entertainment—and for a hundred years we’ve been telling them that the world is very dangerous, that there are violent thugs everywhere, war is constantly imminent, sex is their most important need, all that crap. “Well shit, Jesse, if you were a shrink and you had a patient who only wanted to talk about violence, extravagance, cruelty, and his sexual fantasies—what would you suggest? More of the same?” Jesse’s a bit startled, but he asks, “Whatever happened to freedom of the press?” She snorts, a funny, ugly noise. Then she says, “Sorry, Jesse, but what does that have to do with the present day? You think the broadcast nets are like Ben Franklin, turning out little pamphlets for a few to read and most to ignore? Look, a few huge private corporations are making all their money by spreading fear, hate, depression, and an exploitive attitude. Justice would demand public hangings.”
    John Barnes

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