book[ book ]SEE DEFINITION OF book
Synonyms for book
- vade mecum
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR BOOK
Tis none other that the Dean sets forth, ay, and the book that I have here.
Of course they did not use the letters which have been used to print this book.
"That's what your romantic boy out of a book has done," said Charles Merchant.
The distinctive principle of the book was that the State had a conscience.
Cardinal Newman wrote: "Gladstone's book, as you see, is making a sensation."
I have not read his book, but its consequences speak for it.
He read with pencil in hand, and he had an elaborate system of marking a book.
After their return in the summer he began to write his book, The Social Order.
I am hoping that some readers will look on this collection primarily as a book of poems.
Into the darker secrets of the Book of Wishes we will not penetrate.
Old English boc "book, writing, written document," traditionally from Proto-Germanic *bokiz "beech" (cf. German Buch "book" Buche "beech;" see beech), the notion being of beechwood tablets on which runes were inscribed, but it may be from the tree itself (people still carve initials in them). The Old English word originally meant any written document. Latin and Sanskrit also have words for "writing" that are based on tree names ("birch" and "ash," respectively). Meaning "libretto of an opera" is from 1768. A betting book is from 1856.