Examples of bookworm in a Sentence
She was always a bookworm when she was a kid.
a bookworm who prefers reading to just about any other activity
Recent Examples of bookworm from the Web
Reese isn't the only celebrity bookworm announcing a new book club pick.
The faux-journal article is credited to Westeros’ resident bookworm, Sam Tarly.
There is an eternal battle among bookworms and fandoms, forever trying to decide what book or series is actually the best.
Billie accepted that his sister was dressing funny, but my wardrobe expressions were Natalie Merchant inspired — angsty, self-conscious bookworm.
It's been ten years since Amazon first introduced the Kindle, and in honor of a decade of e-reading, Amazon is offering loads of great discounts for bookworms.
Gilmore Girls Rory Gilmore is just a normal bookworm who has crushes, is hopelessly awkward, and has a seriously unique relationship with her mom.
As a whole, the Prada spring 2018 was Riot Grrrl meets bookworm; alternative clothes and music for the alternative girl living in an alternate world.
Wordstock, a one-day festival on Nov. 11 featuring more than 100 authors on eight stages, naturally draws bookworms out of the woodwork.
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First Known Use of bookworm
BOOKWORM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of bookworm for English Language Learners
: a person who likes to read books and who spends a lot of time reading and studying
BOOKWORM Defined for Kids
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