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  • noun Plural form of bookazine.

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Examples

  • Nollybooks are in the form of "bookazines," with word puzzles and a glossary

    CNN.com

  • Nollybooks are in the form of "bookazines," with word puzzles and a glossary

    CNN.com

  • Light & Delish, which is the latest in a line of "bookazines" the publisher has been producing over the past year.

    Media news, UK and world media comment and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • Light & Delish, which is the latest in a line of "bookazines" the publisher has been producing over the past year.

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  • Light & Delish, which is the latest in a line of "bookazines" the publisher has been producing over the past year.

    paidContent

  • Light & Delish, which is the latest in a line of "bookazines" the publisher has been producing over the past year.

    paidContent

  • Light & Delish, which is the latest in a line of "bookazines" the publisher has been producing over the past year.

    paidContent

  • Light & Delish, which is the latest in a line of "bookazines" the publisher has been producing over the past year.

    paidContent

  • Light & Delish, which is the latest in a line of "bookazines" the publisher has been producing over the past year.

    paidContent

  • And that includes his large-scale women's lifestyle magazines, such as Better Homes with a circulation nearly 7 million, the "enthusiast" magazines, the special-interest publications and the one-shot, newsstand only, higher-cover-priced "bookazines" of which Meredith puts out about 200 titles per year.

    Meredith's Running Man

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