GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. having rigid front and back covers, covered with cloth; -- of books. Contrasted to
“TRADE PAPERBACK When the cloth-bound trade edition and the trade paperback are issued by the same publisher, sometimes simultaneously, such issues can be quite a lot larger than paperbacks published for mass-market distribution if the same sheets are used.”
“From under the stern-sheets he drew out a cloth-bound book.”
“The book will be a cloth-bound hardcover, but Subterranean Press will also have 200 signed leather-bound editions too ... for a heftier sum.”
“The book will carry a suggested retail price of $35, but 1,000 cloth-bound and signed editions will be available for $350.”
“Terry Jones's "Evil Machines" and Tibor Fischer's superb "Crushed Mexican Spiders" are wonderfully handsome cloth-bound hardbacks with nearly 1,000 subscribers between them.”
“It's "The Winter Men Case Files," a one-of-a-kind collection of character designs and descriptions, project proposal, story notes, and an Issue 1 script, collected in a custom-made cloth-bound binder signed by Lewis, Leon and editor Will Dennis.”
“Let us closely lie stacked two-tiered, backs touching, spine-edges spooning, soft cloth-bound and gilt-edged on some antique pleasantly dusty ledge.”
“For labs and path, I had a cloth-bound log book, where my tech simply checked off the results as they came back each day before handing the pile of reports over to me for review.”
“I love the Cabot cloth-bound cave-aged cheddar, which we use at Freemans and Peels.”
“The book is cloth-bound in darkest black, sans dust jacket, with a sticker on the front listing the title and author, along with a haunting black and white photograph.”
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