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Keith said she was “really cute” and looked “bookish” in her glasses.
DATE LAB: ‘THE MOST INTERESTING PART OF THE DATE WAS WHEN WE TALKED ABOUT RATING IT’VIJAI NATHANAPRIL 1, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Here at last was a home for the nerdy, the bookish, the hypercompetent others.
IN THE DUMBEST AND DARKEST OF TIMES, ALEX TREBEK MAINTAINED A SAFE SPACE FOR INTELLIGENCEHANK STUEVERNOVEMBER 8, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Technical words and bookish terms are not words of national use.
ENGLISH: COMPOSITION AND LITERATUREW. F. (WILLIAM FRANKLIN) WEBSTER
It all came back in cash to the working man; and yet it was my own pals who had rebuked me for being too bookish.
THE IRON PUDDLERJAMES J. DAVIS
I envy you the acquaintance of a genuine non-bookish man like Captain Speke.
GEORGE ELIOT'S LIFE, VOL. II (OF 3)GEORGE ELIOT
It was only geography that morning, any way: and the practical thing was worth any quantity of bookish theoric.
THE GOLDEN AGEKENNETH GRAHAME
He seemingly was a bookish young man who would probably enjoy hunting a Greek verb to its lair.
RUTH FIELDING IN THE RED CROSSALICE B. EMERSON
There are authors who are the delight of a bookish few, and there are authors with an enormous public and no reputation.
ESSAYS ON MODERN NOVELISTSWILLIAM LYON PHELPS
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