bookman

[ boo k-muh n, -man ]SEE DEFINITION OF bookman
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It was rather late and our bookman was disinclined to seek a restaurant.

But to tell the truth our bookman is not a bit the wiser as to Reginald FitzRanulf!

The bookman assented, though inwardly he could not but agree with Mrs. Brown.

The bookman sympathised with him, but asked what was the proposed name.

The bookman is not always killed in a man by service in the field.

I am not going to give a historical account of The Bookman here.

But the bookman no longer has the opportunity of selecting for a community.

Lowell, for example was a bookman; Roosevelt was a man of action who wrote books.

You must forget that you saw John's portrait in the last "Bookman."

I should say I wrote about your book of poems as you will have seen in the Bookman.

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