Examples of paperback in a Sentence
The store sells both paperbacks and hardcovers.
The book is sold only in paperback.
Recent Examples of paperback from the Web
Books are priced $2 for hardbacks and $1 for paperbacks.
The novel, which comes out in paperback on Monday, tells the story of a Cameroonian immigrant who finds work as a chauffeur for a Lehman Brothers executive late in 2007.
On a shelf, battered paperback books ranging from Nora Roberts to Shakespeare were the only recreational items visible in the unit.
In 1998, a friendly salesman explained to him that a paperback doesn’t cost much more than a franc to make — a fact that had an immediate effect on Safrat.
The ever-changing images riffed on original album art designer Barney Bubbles’ cover painting (itself a play on Picasso) and incorporated vintage illustrations and worn paperback book covers, winking at the theme of romantic misery.
Paperbacks would be easier to carry for people who are on bikes or walking their dogs and a lot of families use the Bikeway.
But Kate refuses to let Lisa retreat to her beach lounge chair and Nora Roberts paperback, so the women don scuba gear, climb into the cage and hang on while it's lowered into the ocean.
Over Islam Is Reshaping the World, which has just been released in paperback.
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First Known Use of paperback
PAPERBACK Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of paperback for English Language Learners
: a book that has a thick paper cover
PAPERBACK Defined for Kids
Definition of paperback for Students
: a book with a flexible paper binding
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