Definition of bookcase
: a piece of furniture consisting of shelves to hold books
Recent Examples of bookcase from the Web
The 2,876 square feet home has three bedrooms, two full baths, living and dining area, eat-in kitchen, and study, with a wall of bookcases and tile ceiling.
Siegel’s steady tracking shots reveal whole floors full of junked chairs, tables and bookcases.
Built-in bookcases and two walk-in closets are featured.
Simone often sits in her study at her family’s home — a room with a desk, bookcase and sculptures made out of Legos — working on words on the big screen.
The medals were recently found in a bookcase in the former home of Egan's daughter in Ohio.
By the register were shelves full of new fiction and nonfiction and a bookcase dedicated to eclectic titles published by The New York Review of Books.
But the bulk of my bookcase is devoted to my true love: comics.
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First Known Use of bookcase
BOOKCASE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bookcase for English Language Learners
: a piece of furniture with shelves to hold books
BOOKCASE Defined for Kids
Definition of bookcase for Students
: a set of shelves to hold books
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