guidebook[ gahyd-boo k ]SEE DEFINITION OF guidebook
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GUIDEBOOK
She had a way of reading the guidebook, too, that made Isobel see the things.
Do they force their mixture of guidebook and water on each other?
His philosophy was not a guidebook or map, but a rough and often miry trail.
They were interested in seeing only such things as had been recommended by the guidebook.
When a guidebook tries to be humorous it only succeeds in being foolish.
Following the guidebook's advice we had seen the Colosseum in Rome by moonlight.
He studied his guidebook and every quarter of an hour looked at his watch.
He had brought a guidebook with him, and the map showed them the location of the museum.
This information also came from the guidebook, and it surprised me.
By some oversight the guidebook does not mention the jam that is sold at Orange.