notebook

[ noht-boo k ]SEE DEFINITION OF notebook

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR NOTEBOOK

Accordingly I set about writing in his notebook from the volume of criticism he had supplied.

He carefully moved one hand and took a notebook from his pocket.

He took the notebook in his hand and started to draw a sketch.

She had taken out her notebook and was crossing off the various items.

She opened a small hand bag and took from it a notebook which she consulted.

"Thank you, Mary," Duvall replied, entering the names carefully in his notebook.

Take my notebook, then, and write your own name at the top of the page.

"Here," said Ted, picking up a notebook that had been on the table.

He drew out his notebook and wet the end of a pencil and waited.

Philo Gubb closed his notebook, and slipped it into his pocket.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR NOTEBOOK

tablet

nounsheaf of papers that are connected
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