Did you maybe mean bibliophile?
- From the Ancient Greek βιβλος (biblos, "book") and φαγειν ("to eat"). (Wiktionary)
“Today's word is "bibliophage", and I particularly like the second definition: "A pest that consumes books".”
“A lining in these pants would have done wonders for her. bibliophage”
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of or relating to books
Tip of the hat to Stephen, who always tells me "only one more switchback" as we go up the trail. Usually it is a lie, but it still works!
All words and definitions on this list are taken from the "Bibliolexicon" on page 134 of A Passion for Books, edited by Harold Rabinowitz and Rob Kaplan (1999).
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