from The Century Dictionary.
- noun In archery, a book for keeping the record of the shots; a score-book.
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Challis, the other first eleven man, was reading a green scoring-book.
The Head of Kay's 1928
Baker took a green scoring-book from the shelf and passed it to him.
A Prefect's Uncle 1928
The little card-box and the scoring-book of the players, the deck chair and rugs of the inveterate reader, the hurried tread and irascible eye of the carnivorous passenger, and the everlasting pipe of the ocean talker, who feels time before him and the world at his feet wherein to spin yarns -- has any one not seen them?