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They wrote huge tomes, but men have pored over them in every generation.
One thing, however, appears certain, after shaking the dust from ponderous tomes of erudition.
But the great and expensive tomes are seldom thus presented, and the societies can seldom afford to purchase them.
The three first tomes contain the Commentary on the Holy Scriptures.
With a word or two, more vigorous than elegant, he swept the bulky tomes upon the floor, and went in search of Jenkins.
THIRTYHOWARD VINCENT O'BRIEN
How fortunate for his countryman, Dr. Robinson, that he had never heard of his three learned tomes on the same subject!
I have known heavier books than that to be worked through on patrol—even to weighty tomes on Constitutional History.
Love is neither fickle, capricious nor sly, notwithstanding tomes of seeming evidence to the contrary.
To explain the history and to elucidate the character of this composite people great tomes have been written.
Thus it was arranged; but the researches among the tomes were not prolonged to the extent that Louis had suggested.
TWO ON A TOWERTHOMAS HARDY

WORD OF THE DAY

nonesuchnoun | [nuhn-suhch ]SEE DEFINITION