Definition of Bibliopoles

1. Noun. (plural of bibliopole) ¹



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Definition of Bibliopoles

1. bibliopole [n] - See also: bibliopole

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bibliopoles

bibliopegy
bibliophage
bibliophages
bibliophile
bibliophiles
bibliophilia
bibliophilic
bibliophilies
bibliophilism
bibliophilisms
bibliophilist
bibliophilists
bibliophily
bibliophobia
bibliopole
bibliopoles (current term)
bibliopolic
bibliopolism
bibliopolist
bibliopolistic
bibliopolists
bibliotaph
bibliotaphs
bibliothec
bibliotheca
bibliothecae
bibliothecal
bibliothecarial
bibliothecaries
bibliothecary

Literary usage of Bibliopoles

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Peter's Letters to His Kinsfolk by John Gibson Lockhart (1820)
"Every thing was conducted by the Northern bibliopoles in the same timid spirit of which this affords a specimen. The dulness of their atmosphere was never ..."

2. Glasgow and Its Clubs: Or, Glimpses of the Condition, Manners, Characters by John Strang (1856)
"Dunlop & Wilson was on the south-cast corner of Candleriggs, and they were the most fashionable bibliopoles in the town. Their windows were ornamented with ..."

3. The Bookmart: A Monthly Magazine of Literary and Library Intelligence edited by Richard Halkett (1888)
"In Paris there are bibliopoles and bibliophiles; in New York booksellers and book collectors. Your bookseller is your enemy on the principle that business ..."

4. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1868)
"... vately published, a copy of which wi to me by one of the best bibliopoles it shortly after I had received the letter JOHN DONNE: POEMS BY HIM EARLY MS. ..."

5. Peter's Letters to His Kinsfolk by John Gibson Lockhart (1820)
"Every thing was conducted by the Northern bibliopoles in the same timid spirit of which this affords a specimen. The dulness of their atmosphere was never ..."

6. Glasgow and Its Clubs: Or, Glimpses of the Condition, Manners, Characters by John Strang (1856)
"Dunlop & Wilson was on the south-cast corner of Candleriggs, and they were the most fashionable bibliopoles in the town. Their windows were ornamented with ..."

7. The Bookmart: A Monthly Magazine of Literary and Library Intelligence edited by Richard Halkett (1888)
"In Paris there are bibliopoles and bibliophiles; in New York booksellers and book collectors. Your bookseller is your enemy on the principle that business ..."

8. Notes and Queries by Martim de Albuquerque (1868)
"... vately published, a copy of which wi to me by one of the best bibliopoles it shortly after I had received the letter JOHN DONNE: POEMS BY HIM EARLY MS. ..."

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