Examples of bibliophile in a Sentence
for bibliophiles, no electronic device could possibly give the tactile pleasure of a beautifully bound book
Recent Examples of bibliophile from the Web
The outdoor festival held Saturday and Sunday provides a space for bibliophiles to come together to create a community accepting of any and all kinds of literature.
Bibliophiles can peruse a wide range of books on history, literary arts, travel, fiction, non-fiction, cookbooks and more.
Bibliophiles, young and old, will love visiting Columbus’ downtown library, which is marking the one-year anniversary of its massive $35 million remodeling and expansion.
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.
The result has been depletion in reserves and a bleak outlook for bibliophiles.
More of a sportsman than a bibliophile, Doubleday sold the family business in 1986, the same year his other main asset, the New York Mets, won the World Series.
This clever piece makes the perfect addition to any bibliophile's bedroom, living room, or study.
True bibliophiles can head down the block to Dom Knigi, one of the most famous bookshops in the city.
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Origin and Etymology of bibliophile
French, from bibli- + -phile
First Known Use: 1820See Words from the same year
BIBLIOPHILE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bibliophile for English Language Learners
: a person who loves or collects books
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