perfect binding

noun

Definition of perfect binding 

: a book binding in which a layer of adhesive holds the pages and cover together

Other Words from perfect binding

perfect-bound \ ˈpər-​fik(t)-​ˈbau̇nd \ adjective

First Known Use of perfect binding

1926, in the meaning defined above

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