“It is a household must-have, and a well-thumbed copy can be found in kitchens throughout France.”
“I've managed to confect vague sympathy, but can't help feeling the snub would be put into perspective if female athletes would only turn to their well-thumbed copies of classical comedy.”
“As recounted in an absorbing study — no, really — by the Harvard professor George Baker in The Journal of Finance, their predecessors had followed a well-thumbed playbook to build Beatrice from a small Nebraska creamery into a money-spinning conglomerate that sold everything from Meadow Gold dairy products to Samsonite luggage.”
“The rerun screening gives viewers their equivalent of the pleasure that comes from taking a well-thumbed hardback from the shelf and opening at page one.”
“Do you go with the experienced jurist who shows up with a deep knowledge of the law, a well-thumbed pocket guide to the Constitution, and perhaps his or her own black robe to help cut expenses?”
“Inside the trunk, old notebooks, journals, copies of Ireland's Own from the fifties, well-thumbed, stories pored over by dim electric light in a kitchen somewhere not here.”
“Go back to your "well-thumbed" (what a laugh) copy of "The General Theory.”
“Mounds of used books—musty, musky books, well-thumbed and worn, teetering and tottering Tower-of-Pisa style—are the sole enterprise.”
“Instead, he pulls a well-thumbed copy of Dostoyevsky's "The Brothers Karamazov" from his briefcase.”
“When I was a bit older, she gave me her well-thumbed copy of Ray Bradbury's The Illustrated Man and Dandelion Wine.”
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