Definition of Book
a bound set of blank sheets for writing or keeping records in.
She leaned back against her pillows and tapped her pen against the leather bound book .
a set of tickets, stamps, matches, checks, samples of cloth, etc., bound together.
Current rules allow a passenger to carry two lighters and four books of matches.
a written or printed work consisting of pages glued or sewn together along one side and bound in covers.
I was a bit discouraged with the rest of the book after such a wonderful introduction.
make an official record of the name and other personal details of (a criminal suspect or offender).
Officers took the inebriated tourists to the Pattaya police station and booked them on charges of physical assault and drunk and disorderly behavior.
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Example of Book
book me a single room at my usual hotel
A retired Yorkshire country vicar is assuming a new identity - as a comic book supervillain.
According to both the bookmakers and the form book it's a two-horse race.
As the man walked towards Pierre a man came from the back holding a huge old leather bound book .
Before he could finish his sentence, Cass drew a green account book from a shelf to the side.
Glad to see that we can get off to a great start, with mature conversation about a comic book movie.
He had just published a book of his life story, and it had become a best seller.
his name went into the book for a foul on Smyth
I opened a book and quickly skimmed information about the first World War.
I went over to this podium in the corner which had a large ledger book opened up on it.