logbook[ lawg-boo k, log- ]SEE DEFINITION OF logbook
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR LOGBOOK
How they cherished her figurehead and exhibited her logbook!
"I lost the professor's notes and needed the information in the logbook, sir," said Jeff.
"He can get to the control deck and take a look at the logbook," answered Roger.
"It's possible that there are other references besides the logbook we found," Tony replied.
Our logbook for this day contains nevertheless many entries of enforced stops.
For the substantiation of a claim for particular average the following documents are required: Protest of master or logbook.
Some trifle, probably the logbook which Davies had reached down from the shelf, called her attention to the rest of our library.
They look casually at the shelf among other things—examine the logbook, say—and he manages to push his own book out of sight.
Judging by references in the logbook, the Savannah carried one boat on the stern davits.
There is no record of how the Savannah was painted, except that the logbook refers to her "bright" strake.