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
Books with maps set you apart in the `80s, even among bookworms.
High School Musical (2006) Troy is the school's hottest basketball player and Gabriella is the new girl who's also a bookworm.
The Girls creator had plans to launch an imprint with Random House, a natural extension of Lenny, the popular feminist newsletter and Web site Dunham created with her best friend and fellow bookworm Jenni Konner.
As the Guardian reports, the note includes a quote spoken by Pride and Prejudice character Caroline Bingley, who viewed actual avid bookworm protagonist Elizabeth Bennet as her main rival for the affections of Mr. Darcy.
Curro Verdugo posed for a mirror selfie toting an emerald green, floral print Gucci bag that took up nearly a third of the frame, while Hailey Benton Gates displayed some bookworm pride for The Paris Review in a breezy baseball shirt.
Bookworms can also find choice recommendations that are grandma-approved, kid-friendly, and beach-appropriate on our site.
Bookworms, fear not: dauntless Emma Watson is continuing to carry the torch of reading with her global literary initiative.
Fans of Emma (and The Handmaid's Tale) soon began rushing from location to location to try to find the books placed there by everyone's favorite celebrity bookworm, and those lucky enough to strike gold posted about their triumphs on Twitter.
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