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revised (adj.)

past-participle adjective from revise (v.). Revised Version of the Bible was done 1870-84 in Great Britain by more than 50 scholars from various denominations; so called because it was a revision of the 1611 ("King James") translation, also known as the Authorized Version. More accurate, less lovely.

updated on August 07, 2021

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Definitions of revised from WordNet

revised (adj.)
improved or brought up to date;
a revised edition
revised (adj.)
altered or revised by rephrasing or by adding or deleting material;
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