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schoolbook

noun as in manual

noun as in text

noun as in textbook

noun as in tome

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Soon, she’d be at New York University, where she gained a reputation as the girl who brought schoolbooks to parties.

He washed up, and they ate their dinner of rice and potatoes on the floor, by the table on which the children’s schoolbooks were piled high.

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One of their students is a young man who learned to sew so well that they helped him go into business making bags to carry schoolbooks.

That could buy a lot of schoolbooks or feed a lot of hungry people.

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Right now in Korea they’re jumping ahead, they’re trying to see how should kids’ schoolbooks be delivered now that you have some kids learning from home, some kids coming to school.

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The very first schoolbook that was written had God all over it.

But you told this to Marina because of the association of Lee Oswald with the schoolbook depository?

Mill wrote what he intended for a Schoolbook of Political Economy.

Ms Galvez came in and patted her hair and set down her SchoolBook on her desk and powered it up.

To retain the flavor of this schoolbook, the Transcriber has left all grammar errors in tact.

John Milton was "the most notable man who ever kept school or published a schoolbook."

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On this page you'll find 50 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to schoolbook, such as: cookbook, guide, guidebook, handbook, reference book, and text.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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