Auctorial



of, by, or pertaining to an :
auctorial changes made in the manuscript margin; auctorial rights.
Historical Examples

Last of all, auctorial pride in the young mans width of shoulder, blended with soft recollections of the time he dandled him.
Cradock Nowell, Vol. 3 (of 3) Richard Doddridge Blackmore

The auctorial report (which, by the way, is full of common sense) envisages immense changes in the book market.
Books and Persons Arnold Bennett

adjective
of or relating to an author

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