Book synonyms

bo͝ok
Category:
Part of speech:
The definition of a scroll is a rolled up piece of printed or written material.
6
3
The definition of publication is something that is written and printed.
3
2
A small, or thin book, such as the one found with audio CDs.
3
2
Information captured on paper or in electronic format. Under the rules of evidence, the term receives the broadest possible interpretation and may include such items as photographs, audiotapes, etc.
2
0
A separate reprint of an article, etc. that first appeared in a magazine or other larger publication
2
1
2
1
(Of a book) hardcover (attributive)
1
0
Having a case or covering; encased or clad
1
0
Having a cover of thick paper boards covered with cloth. Used of a book.
1
0
To do away with; wipe out; abolish, withdraw, etc.
1
0
the sacred writings of the Christian religions
1
0
The Christian Bible.
1
0
(Proper) The Bible: among Jews, the Pentateuch, the Prophets, and the Hagiographa; among Christians, the Old and New Testaments
1
0
A poem consisting of one metrical line
1
0
Part or all of this entry has been imported from the 1913 edition of Webster's Dictionary, which is now free of copyright and hence in the public domain. The imported definitions may be significantly out of date, and any more recent senses may be completely missing.
1
0
A group of six lines of poetry, especially the last six lines of a Petrarchan sonnet.
1
0
A poem or stanza of four lines
1
0
A strophe, stanza, or poem consisting of three lines.
1
0
The transfer of energy from one object to another, especially in order to make the second object move in a certain direction. Work is equal to the amount of force multiplied by the distance over which it is applied. If a force of 10 newtons, for example, is applied over a distance of 3 meters, the work is equal to 30 newtons per meter, or 30 joules. The unit for measuring work is the same as that for energy in any system of units, since work is simply a transfer of energy.
1
1
(Publishing) A book having such covers.
1
1
1
1
1
1
Having, or pertaining to, bibliophilia (the love of books).
1
1
(Now rare) To relieve (someone or something) of a load; to unburden (a load).
1
1
To place, especially on the ground or a surface; to cease carrying.
1
1
The definition of a writing is a book, poem, letter or article.
1
2
A small or petty work.
0
0
Alternative capitalization of vade mecum.
0
0
A book or long article, esp. a scholarly one, on a single subject or a limited aspect of a subject
0
0
A book bound in the modern manner, by joining pages, as opposed to a rolled scroll
0
0
An artifact of an early period.
0
0
Periodical is defined as a magazine or newspaper that comes out at fixed or regular intervals.
0
0
(Paper, printing) A sheet of paper 7 to 10 inches high and 4.5 to 6 inches wide, the size varying with the large original sheet used to create it. Made by folding the original sheet three times to produce eight leaves.
0
0
The things kept in a magazine, as munitions or supplies
0
0
A book made of pages folded in this way
0
0
One of the chief divisions of a long poem; a book.
0
0
The known history of performance, activities, or achievement:
0
0
An entry in such a book or record
0
0
A list of military or naval personnel or groups, specif. one showing their regular assignments and periods of duty
0
0
(Accounting) A collection of accounting entries consisting of credits and debits.
0
0
A fundamental property of the elementary particles of which matter is made that gives rise to attractive and repulsive forces. There are two kinds of charge: color charge and electric charge.
0
0
To record charges against
0
0
To record charges against
0
0
To create a time-schedule.
0
0
To keep back; to retain.
0
0
The histories of individual lives, considered as a branch of literature
0
0
The act, process, or operation of finding out how many times one number or quantity is contained in another.
0
0
The definition of a list is a series of items which is written or printed.
0
0
To make a charge of wrongdoing against another.
0
0
Hire is defined as to employ, or to get services for payment.
0
0
To design a program for; schedule the activities of.
0
0
(Of a book) Having flexible binding.
0
0
Any of several medieval treatises, especially those concerned with astronomy or alchemy.
0
0
A usually annual reference book composed of various lists, tables, and often brief articles relating to a particular field or many general fields.
0
0
Any journal reporting discoveries in some field, meetings of a society, etc.
0
0
A published collection of poems, stories, songs, excerpts, etc.
0
0
Additional or supplementary material at the end of a book or other writing
0
0
A book etc concerning heraldry, especially a collection of coats of arms
0
0
All the books of a publisher that are kept in print over a relatively long period of time
0
0
Proprietary name of a longtime series of travel guidebooks.
0
0
A medieval treatise of various real or imaginary animals.
0
0
(Obsolete) A library.
0
0
An early device to show moving pictures on a screen.
0
0
A book containing prayers, hymns, and so on for everyday use at the canonical hours.
0
0
A close questioning or examination, as of a political figure.
0
0
A small book, usually made from a single sheet, folded several times, containing poems, ballads or religious tracts
0
0
(Computational linguistics) a list of occurrences of a word or phrase from a corpus, with the immediate context.
0
0
(Obs.) A dispensary
0
0
A literary work or film that is a mix of fact and fiction.
0
0
A collection of articles by the colleagues, former students, etc. of a noted scholar, published in his or her honor
0
0
A pharmacopoeia or list of available drugs, particularly prescription drugs
0
0
An herbal supplement
0
0
A document written wholly in the handwriting of the person whose signature it bears.
0
0
A sheet of parchment with the alphabet, a table of numbers, etc. on it, mounted on a small board with a handle and protected by a thin, transparent plate of horn: it was formerly used as a child's primer
0
0
A book or listing that contains a collection of readings for Christian worship.
0
0
The definition of a lexicon is a dictionary or the vocabulary of a language, a people or a subject.
0
0
A large book containing the prayers, readings, and rubrics authorized by the Roman Catholic Church for the celebration of Mass
0
0
An anthology of previously released material linked together by theme or author, especially in book form.
0
0
A collection of drugs.
0
0
(Archaic) A collection of different works, either by one or several authors.
0
0
Alternative spelling of pot boiler.
0
0
A literary, dramatic, or cinematic work whose narrative takes place before that of a preexisting work.
0
0
A simple book for teaching reading to beginners
0
0
A version of the Psalms for use in religious services
0
0
A mixture of ground-up, moistened cellulose material, as wood, linen, rags, etc., from which paper is made
0
0
(Commerce) Excessive stock items left unsold and subject to reduction in price.
0
0
A result or consequence
0
0
Any of a number of strips of wood, laid as on a concrete subfloor, to which finished flooring is attached
0
0
A publication, usually in the form of a book, that provides synonyms (sometimes antonyms) for the words of a given language.
0
0
A bound volume
0
0
An edition or text, as of a literary work, containing notes by various editors, scholars, etc.
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
0
To enter on a statement of costs or on a particularized list.
0
0
0
0
To list or include in a catalog.
0
0
0
0
To look up in a dictionary
0
0
0
0
To number consecutively the pages or leaves of (a book, for example).
0
0
0
0
To travel (a specified distance, time, or speed):
0
0
0
0
0
0
To observe carefully; notice:
0
0
0
0
0
0
To decorate with paintings, etc. representing scenes from history or legend
0
0
To inscribe on a tablet.
0
0
(Intransitive) To send and receive text messages.
0
0
0
0
A measure of the loudness or intensity of a sound.
0
0
Free means to release or let go.
0
0
(Intransitive, with of and , with object before go) To release from one's grasp; to go from a state of holding on to a state of no longer holding on.
0
0
(Idiomatic) To resign, or leave, with one's credibility still intact.
0
0
A ground; a reason:
0
0
To enter or register in a roll, list, or record:
0
0
The definition of inscribe is to write or carve words into something, or to write a message in a book.
0
0
To register in or as if in a book
0
0
To speak about; tell of; relate; discuss.
0
0
A printed and bound work
0
0
To recall to the mind with effort; think of again:
0
0
To receive.
0
0
To draw into; involve:
0
0
(Proper) The Bible
0
0
News:
0
0
Alternative spelling of Qur'an. (The Islamic holy book/bible)
0
0
(Proper) Koran
0
0
the sacred writings of Islam revealed by God to the prophet Muhammad during his life at Mecca and Medina
0
0
a compilation of the known facts regarding something or someone
0
0
A style of handwriting; manner or method of forming letters or figures
0
0
a written version of a play or other dramatic composition; used in preparing for a performance
0
0
Alternative spelling of rulebook.
0
0
a record in which commercial accounts are recorded
0
0
A book in which business accounts are set down
0
0
Any of the records needed for auditing the accounts of a business; journal
0
0
To cause to wait or delay.
0
0
A small booklet of printed informational matter, often unbound, having only a paper cover.
0
1
A bound volume
0
1
The act or an instance of reprinting
0
1
A preliminary form of a scientific paper that has not yet been published in a journal.
0
1
The form in which a publication is issued:
0
1
In the Church of England, a source of income or field of work required of a candidate for ordination
0
1
A printed edition of a book or magazine.
0
1
A proceeding under the Federal Bankruptcy Act whereby a company or corporation may, through a court order, remain in business for a time as long as it pays current debts, but must eventually either reorganize and pay its creditors or cease operations
0
1
(Mathematics, dated) A factor.
0
1
To capture and hold briefly (the attention, for example); engage.
0
1
Maintain is defined as to keep in a current state in order to prevent from failing or breaking or to carry on or to support or provide.
0
1
(Now Rare) An expert in trading currencies; foreign-exchange dealer
0
1
Find another word for book. In this page you can discover 152 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for book, like: scroll, publication, booklet, document, offprint, bibliotaphic, casebound, cased, clothbound, cancel and Christian Bible.