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Synonyms for book

notebook

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reserve

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charge

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book in

in my book

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  • in my opinion
  • to me
  • as far as I am concerned

Synonyms for book

a printed and bound work

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to register in or as if in a book

to cause to be set aside, as for one's use, in advance

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a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone

a collection of playing cards satisfying the rules of a card game

a collection of rules or prescribed standards on the basis of which decisions are made

the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina

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a major division of a long written composition

a number of sheets (ticket or stamps etc.) bound together on one edge

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engage for a performance

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arrange for and reserve (something for someone else) in advance

record a charge in a police register

register in a hotel booker

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References in classic literature ?
Opening another book he saw it was "Palmerin de Oliva," and beside it was another called "Palmerin of England," seeing which the licentiate said, "Let the Olive be made firewood of at once and burned until no ashes even are left; and let that Palm of England be kept and preserved as a thing that stands alone, and let such another case be made for it as that which Alexander found among the spoils of Darius and set aside for the safe keeping of the works of the poet Homer.
Here is Don Kyrieleison of Montalvan, a valiant knight, and his brother Thomas of Montalvan, and the knight Fonseca, with the battle the bold Tirante fought with the mastiff, and the witticisms of the damsel Placerdemivida, and the loves and wiles of the widow Reposada, and the empress in love with the squire Hipolito- in truth, gossip, by right of its style it is the best book in the world.
This article was followed by a deadly silence about the book both in the press and in conversation, and Sergey Ivanovitch saw that his six years' task, toiled at with such love and labor, had gone, leaving no trace.
Sergey Ivanovitch's position was still more difficult from the fact that, since he had finished his book, he had had no more literary work to do, such as had hitherto occupied the greater part of his time.
That evening Owen Ford told them that he had finished his book and that his vacation must come to an end.
He knew that he had written a great book--a book that would score a wonderful success--a book that would LIVE.
Being a woman, however, I opened the book without a moment's hesitation.
Agreeable or not agreeable, it was plainly of serious importance to my own interests to go on as I had begun, and thoroughly to search the book.
When we are very young, there are many books which seem to us dull and stupid.
It is only, perhaps, when we have learned to hear with our eyes that we know the true joy of books.
The pioneer in South Sea romance- -for the mechanical descriptions of earlier voyagers are not worthy of comparison--this book has as yet met with no superior, even in French literature; nor has it met with a rival in any other language than the French.
I have, with the consent of his family, changed the long and cumbersome sub-title of the book, calling it a 'Real-Romance of the South Seas,' as best expressing its nature.
Then I will take the eleventh book, and give it to him MYSELF, as being my gift.
Every now and then a book would slip from one of his pockets and fall into the mud; whereupon somebody, stopping him, would direct his attention to his loss, and he would stop, pick up the book, and again set off in pursuit of the hearse.
I had to put my hands over her eyes to let her know that I had entered the room, and even then she might try to read between my fingers, coming to herself presently, however, to say 'It's a haver of a book.