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- adj. Having the sort of flexible binding characteristic of a paperback book.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. same as paperback.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Having the back made or as if made of paper; hence, weak; flimsy.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. (of books) having a flexible binding
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Using a record-sized camera they take color shots of the material to be reproduced, etch the exposures so obtained on copper plates, and use the plates for printing by the gravure process on an extremely thin paperbacked film.
O this is easy put in motion some old series to be trade paperbacked such as the original Booster Gold, New Warriors, Quasar, Blue Beetle and the like.
It was first published in hardback by Muller in 1984, and then paperbacked by Sphere in 1985.
The fact of the matter is, "Future Shock" was the first of a line of serious books that were paperbacked and sold in very, very large numbers.
She opened the purse and withdrew a paperbacked bub - ble with a blue derm inside.
On the other hand some deal bookshelves had been built along one wall, which were stacked with paperbacked books in French, German, English, and presumably Danish too.
A small bookcase housed an array of medical volumes, some copies of the Australian Medical Journal, and three or four paperbacked novels.
The young man brought with him a large paperbacked volume which he had taken out of his travelling bag.
Using an age-old technology of upcycling old newspapers, 100% real newsprint strips are handwoven on a loom and then paperbacked to make Newsworthy suitable for the wall.
Sophie Dahl's second-rate Mitford-pastiches, and paperbacked fame fantasies from Kerry Katona,