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sourcebook

sourcebook

noun source·book \-ˌbk\

Definition of SOURCEBOOK

:  a fundamental document or record (as of history, literature, art, or religion) on which subsequent writings, compositions, opinions, beliefs, or practices are based; also :  a collection of such documents

First Known Use of SOURCEBOOK

1899

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