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  • noun Plural form of bookling.


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  • In like manner, every thing relating to Paris, and illustrative of it at a period of interest which probably will not arise again for centuries, has been already made known in Paul's admirable letters, in poor Scott's powerful but unmerciful satire, and finally in a host of books, booklings, and bookatees, teaching us how to spend any period of time at

    Itinerary of Provence and the Rhone Made During the Year 1819

  • It has only very lately occurred to me that both you and I are somewhat changed since we placed the _summum bonum_ in Waltonian idleness, and that you have very possibly renounced fly-fishing, and settled down into a literary incubation, likely to bless the world with a brood of booklings.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 62, Number 385. November, 1847.

  • It was stocked instead with little booklings put out by a couple of avant garde publishers here.

    Progressive Bloggers


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