from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Full of book-knowledge; stuffed with ideas gleaned from books.
- n. As much as a book holds.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. As much as will fill a book; a book full.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Full of book-knowledge; stuffed with ideas gleaned from books.
- n. As much as a book contains.
In the end, Susan Sontag may have been most notable as a photographic subject and for the querulous interview, of which she gave a bookful see "Conversations With Susan Sontag."
Jump-start Your Novel with Kitty-cats in Action will have new and expanded material that adds up to a bookful of coaching on the craft of creating compelling fiction.
I don't want it either, I've already got a whole bookful of them, wocka wocka wocka.
It required getting up 15 minutes earlier than normal, and anyway, I had accumulated a bookful of dreams to mull over.
D. Hayworth has now weighed in with his own bookful of border and immigration remedies, titled Whatever It Takes: Illegal Immigration, Border Security, and the War on Terror.
It required getting up 15 minutes earlier than normal , and anyway, I had accumulated a bookful of dreams to mull over.
I've never met anyone who's managed to plough through a whole bookful of Rushdie's turgid prose.
So, I have a bookful of notes, and a couple of interesting business cards, and some nice people I want to meet again, and still half a day of conference to go.
You save up a bookful and get a degree, and nowadays you don't even have to earn the credits.
A bookful of gossip about flowers -- their loves and hates, thoughts and feelings, genealogy and cousinships -- is certainly always attractive.