Definition of Press clipping
1. Noun. An excerpt cut from a newspaper or magazine. "He searched through piles of letters and clippings"
Generic synonyms: Excerpt, Excerption, Extract, Selection
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Literary usage of Press clipping
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1. Literary Collector: A Monthly Magazine of Booklore and Bibliography edited by Annie (Dennis) Bursch, Frederick C. Bursch (1904)
"... Alfred xvi Luce's press clipping Bureau ii Bradstreet's Cover Luyster, SB Jr ix-xii Cadby, John W xiv-xv McDonough, Joseph-xviii Crawford, ..."