Definition of Lawbook

1. Noun. A book in which laws are codified ¹



2. Noun. A textbook on some aspect of law ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Lawbook

1. a book containing or dealing with laws [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lawbook

law of the land
law of the minimum
law of the tongue
law of thermodynamics
law of unintended consequences
law of volumes
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law officer
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law review
law reviews
law school
law schools
law student
law suit
lawbook (current term)
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lawed
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Literary usage of Lawbook

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1. Jewish Religious Life After the Exile by Thomas Kelly Cheyne (1898)
"It also undoubtedly presupposes that Ezra's lawbook had been generally accepted and was now in force. For it speaks of a long reading from the book of the ..."

2. History of the Norwegian People by Knut Gjerset (1915)
"In all matters which the lawbook does not decide, that is to be followed in each case which all the ..."

3. The Continental Legal History Series by Association of American Law Schools (1912)
"Of the city law-books of southern Germany, in addition to that of Ruprecht von Freising, already named, there should be mentioned the " Vienna lawbook," of ..."

4. The Law of Strikes, Lockouts and Labor Organizations by Thomas Sydenham Cogley (1894)
"This is the only lawbook in the world specially devoted to the subject of which it treats. Only fragmentary references are to be found in other works. ..."

5. The Canada Law Journal by Law Society of Upper Canada, William S. Hein & Company, Canadian Bar Association (1891)
"The semi-divine legislator of India, Manu, who wrote a lawbook in verse, somewhere between 1280 BC and 400 AD— the learned are not quite sure when—and ..."

6. The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia by James Orr (1915)
"The similarities with the remains of old Arabian laws and the so-called Syrio-Rom lawbook (5th cent. AD) have to be considered in the same way, ..."

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