bibliophile[ bib-lee-uh-fahyl, -fil ]SEE DEFINITION OF bibliophile
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There is a fascination about the subject that every bibliophile must have experienced.
Bibliography is perhaps the subject nearest to the heart of every bibliophile.
What bibliophile does not prefer the companionship of his books to that of all other friends?
It is not a difficult matter, and it can be done by the bibliophile at home.
I must confess, though, that I am a bibliophile 82 with War books.
He was, like De Morgan himself, a bibliophile in the domain of mathematics.
The bibliophile is never troubled by the storms of political life.
But what became of the books of the bishop and bibliophile, Richard de Bury?
Guinot, a poet and a bibliophile, with the emblems of death and immortality.
I cannot believe the great poet to have been a bibliophile like Jonson.