Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The art of binding books.
- n. The art of bookbinding.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. rare The art of binding books.
- Ancient Greek βιβλίον (biblion, "book") and πηγία (pegia), from πήγνυμι (pēgnumi, "fasten"). (Wiktionary)
“Called anthropodermic bibliopegy, it was found in many libraries, including those of most of the Ivy League schools of America.”
“We at Infocult are followers of anthropodermic bibliopegy, of course.”
“Another case of anthropodermic bibliopegy: HOLBEIN Hans.”
“Here at Infocult we keep up with anthropodermic bibliopegy.”
“There's even a name, apparently for such a practice - anthropodermic bibliopegy!”
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“We prefer to refer to books bound in human skin as antropodermic binding, but are willing to accept the BBC's use of anthropodermic bibliopegy in recognition of their journalistic fortitude.”
“The only one I still remember is "anthropodermic bibliopegy.”
“Books so bound are said to be examples of anthropodermic bibliopegy.”
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