Examples of notebook in a Sentence
Take out your notebook and write down some of your ideas.
She kept a notebook for her poetry.
Recent Examples of notebook from the Web
At Marist, players keep a notebook for scouting reports and keep track of their individual improvements.
In addition, Wistron developed a convertible notebook that has a 15.6-inch 4K touch display, an HD camera, eight hours of battery life, four microphones, and two speakers.
An elderly man tries to deliver a notebook — evidence of deep police corruption — to the authorities, but the courier is murdered and the document disappears.
Prosecutors showed jurors a red notebook that Michael Bever kept in his jail cell while awaiting trial.
Since his early days of coaching, Boise State head tennis coach Greg Patton has kept a notebook full of wise sayings, sage thoughts and advice for living — which has to a lot to do with being a good tennis player.
But everybody grows up, and memories blur into one long bumpy descent onto the tarmac, so make sure to take a notebook.
However, a court document alleges that Hogan instructed his friend on how to hold a gun to his head and carried a gun, a notebook and a pen to the site of Buskey’s death, according to the Associated Press.
Prosecutors say that on May 8, Hogan grabbed Goss’s gun from a closet and walked into a wooded area with Buskey, bringing a notebook and pen so Buskey could write a suicide note.
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NOTEBOOK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of notebook for English Language Learners
: a book with blank pages that is used for writing notes
: a small computer that is designed to be easily carried
NOTEBOOK Defined for Kids
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