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- n. a type of ledger in which visitors to a particular establishment, such as a bed and breakfast or a museum, may leave comments about the establishment.
- n. a feature of a website performing a similar function to a physical guest book
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Before the guest of honor arrives, have guests glue their pics into the book and sign the page—making a guest book and this-is-your-life album all in one.
A 2002 survey of the guest book entries at Worldwidecemetery.com found that 42 percent had been written by strangers.