Definition of Bibliomaniacs

1. Noun. (plural of bibliomaniac) ¹



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Definition of Bibliomaniacs

1. bibliomaniac [n] - See also: bibliomaniac

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bibliomaniacs

biblioklept
biblioklepts
bibliolater
bibliolaters
bibliolatries
bibliolatrous
bibliolatry
bibliological
bibliologies
bibliology
bibliomancies
bibliomancy
bibliomania
bibliomaniac
bibliomaniacal
bibliomaniacs (current term)
bibliomanias
bibliome
bibliometric
bibliometrics
bibliometrist
bibliometrists
bibliometry
bibliomysteries
bibliomystery
bibliopegia
bibliopegic
bibliopegies
bibliopegist
bibliopegistic

Literary usage of Bibliomaniacs

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1. The American Scholar: An Address by Ralph Waldo Emerson (1901)
"... die bibliomaniacs of all degrees. This is bad; this b worse than it seems. Books are the best of things, well used ; abased, among die worst. ..."

2. The Spirit of the Public Journals: Being an Impartial Selection of the Most by Stephen Jones, Charles Molloy Westmacott (1814)
"bibliomaniacs. [From the Public Ledger, July I.] MR. EDITOR, SATIRIST. "HESE gentlemen have at length agreed to form a - club, for their mutual support and ..."

3. Bibliomania: Or Book-madness; a Bibliographical Romance by Thomas Frognall ( Dibdin (1876)
"BOOK AUCTION bibliomaniacs. EVER, surely, did two mortals set off upon any expedition with greater glee and alacrity than did Lisardo and Philemon for the ..."

4. Bibliomania: Or Book-madness; a Bibliographical Romance by Thomas Frognall Dibdin (1876)
"BOOK AUCTION bibliomaniacs. EVER, surely, did two mortals set oti' upon any expedition with greater glee and alacrity than did Lisardo and Philemon for the ..."

5. On the Difficulty of Correct Description of Books by Augustus De Morgan, Bibliographical Society of Chicago (1902)
"... which are requisite to avoid the errors and difficulties just alluded to, has been left to librarians and to bibliomaniacs, as they have been called. ..."

6. Bibliomania; Or Book-madness;: A Bibliographical Romance. Illustrated with Cuts. by Thomas Frognall Dibdin (1842)
"Dr. Wordsworth * has well spoken of" the heavenly-mindedness " of More : but how are bibliomaniacs justly to appreciate the classical lore, and incessantly ..."

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