Definitions

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  • adj. Resembling a book

Etymologies

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book +‎ -like

Examples

  • A "booklike" page on screen, it seems, turns them off and sends them away.

    ScienceBlogs Channel : Life Science

  • And Microsoft is working on a dual-screen, booklike device codenamed Courier that is dramatically different from anything on the market or announced.

    2010 February « Steve Wildstrom on Tech

  • And using my fingers to turn a page is much more booklike than pressing on the Kindle's button.

    Punch Apple's Shares Into Your iPad, Press 'Buy'

  • Or else a slogan for the most realistically booklike e-reader yet: It's paperish!

    The Steam Pig: James McClure's South African reality check

  • If "you rather past the time hacking into a mainframe" than, as this charming badge suggests, "deal ing with the state of the world," by all means - a semi booklike app product might well replace books for you.

    May 2010

  • Tablet computers, another flavor of portables, are more booklike in shape, but they cost upwards of $1,200; see this guide at tabletpc2. com ..

    E-books: Reading on a computer vs. reading on a reader

  • Tablet computers, another flavor of portables, are more booklike in shape, but they cost upwards of $1,200; see this guide at tabletpc2.com.

    E-books: Reading on a computer vs. reading on a reader

  • I think they were only about $15, which isn't too bad for a booklike leatherbound sketchbook.

    Sketchbook Shelf

  • "I'd say you're right, they were looking for something at least vaguely booklike."

    The Burglar On The Prowl

  • All the traditional and practical knowledge they possessed was condensed into manuscript forms; additions from other hands which included numerous chemical receipts for dyeing caused them to multiply; so that as occasion required from time to time, they were bound up together booklike and then circulated among favored secular individuals, under the name of "Secreta."

    Forty Centuries of Ink

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