bibliomaniac

[ bib-lee-oh-mey-nee-uh, -meyn-yuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF bibliomaniac
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"I was not aware that you were in with the smart set," said the Bibliomaniac.

His book had selected the bibliomaniac Faustinus as a patron.

Well, there is no arguing with such a bibliomaniac as yourself, Lorenzo.

But it is time to gratify the Bibliomaniac with something more to his palate.

If a man spends lavishly on his library, you call him mad,—a bibliomaniac.

If a man spends lavishly on his library, you call him mad—a bibliomaniac.

The Bibliomaniac meanwhile had been investigating the contents of the lower shelves.

"But as yet you have failed to hit the nail on the head," persisted the Bibliomaniac.

"You ought to write a Manual for Beggars," said the Bibliomaniac.

"You appear to have the writing of a library in mind," sneered the Bibliomaniac.

WORD ORIGIN

1816; see bibliomania.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BIBLIOMANIAC

reader

nounone who reads habitually
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