I don't agree with Bruno Nova's preferred solution, I would rather, as
you said John, an explicit snap refresh aimed at a specific package
would update it back to the latest version. Also I tried running the
command below, the LibreOffice Snap is not in use...

$ snap refresh libreoffice --revision 7
error: cannot perform the following tasks:
- Remove snap "libreoffice" (7) from the system (internal error: cannot discard 
snap "libreoffice": still active)

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