slipcase

noun
slip·​case | \ˈslip-ˌkās \

Definition of slipcase 

: a protective container for books or magazines that has one open end

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slipcased \ ˈslip-​ˌkāst \ adjective

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The second: a trade edition without the slipcase or portfolio. Gail Mitchell, Billboard, "Grammy Museum Spotlights Photographer Bruce Talamon in New Soul, R&B and Funk Exhibit," 29 June 2018 Now that the Library of America has issued her complete fiction in two volumes, all the evidence is in one slipcase. Melissa H. Pierson, The Christian Science Monitor, "'Mary McCarthy: The Complete Fiction' may startle you," 21 Aug. 2017 The book is 176 pages and comes in a nice slipcase to protect the contents inside, which is helpful because there are roughly a half dozen sleeves throughout the book that hold everything from miniature movie posters to blueprints of the Nostromo. Dave Banks, WIRED, "You Won’t Need Mother in Order to Decipher Alien Vault," 20 Dec. 2011

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First Known Use of slipcase

circa 1925, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of slipcase was circa 1925

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slipcase

noun

English Language Learners Definition of slipcase

: a hard protective box for books or magazines that is open at one end

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