Of, or relating to an editor, editing or an editorial. (adjective)
Appropriate for high fashion magazines. (adjective)
An article in a publication giving the opinion of its editors on a given topic or current event. (noun)
A similar commentary on radio or television. (noun)
Examples of word editorial
"_editorial articles, reviews, and notes_" -- to comment on events which happen, and to influence the minds of the public as the editorial management of the paper regards to be wise.
The letter added that two additional papers that cast further doubt'' on the 2009 paper's findings will be published on June 2 in Science, and that Science will be publishing what it called an editorial expression of concern about the 2009 paper.
I seriously doubt that the editorial is a honest opinion.
For one thing, the starting point of the editorial is the introduction of three articles published in the current issue of The Nation which are skeptical of the two-state solution, and each of which “favorably discusses some form of binational or democratic state in all of Israel-Palestine, whose citizens would have equal rights or shared sovereignty.”
Bush barely won there in 2000 and if this editorial is any indication, he is not going to have an easy ride there this time around.