Examples of bibliophile in a Sentence
for bibliophiles, no electronic device could possibly give the tactile pleasure of a beautifully bound book
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The Vatican received the letter in 1921 as part of a bequest of rare books and manuscripts that had belonged to Giovanni Francesco De Rossi, a 19th-century bibliophile.
The place should find avid fans among solitary bibliophiles, cocooning couples, design-magazine devotees and former publishing barons nostalgic for the heyday of print.
Many bibliophiles shudder at the thought of tossing a book in the trash.
But purchasing a book bound in leather, specifically, poses a dilemma to bibliophiles who have ethical quandaries about supporting such a tome.
Emma Roberts Emma, along with one of her best friends and fellow bibliophiles Karah Preiss, created Belletrist for book lovers like themselves.
Now, imagine that very same quiet Welsh town transformed into a bustling city as more than 250,000 bibliophiles descend on the town, seeking out author readings and transforming the cafes into book clubs.
Although reprints are available for reasonable prices through Amazon.com, bibliophiles who want a hardcover copy from 1938 may pay as much as $145, according to a bookseller's listing.
At Cook & Book, bibliophiles can have their cake and eat it, too.
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: a person who loves or collects books
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