Definition of Bookmen

1. Noun. (plural of bookman) ¹



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Definition of Bookmen

1. bookman [n] - See also: bookman

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Bookmen

bookmakers
bookmaking
bookmakings
bookman
bookmark
bookmarkable
bookmarked
bookmarker
bookmarkers
bookmarking
bookmarklet
bookmarklets
bookmarks
bookmate
bookmates
bookmen (current term)
bookmobile
bookmobiles
bookmonger
bookmongers
bookoo
bookoos
bookplate
bookplates
bookrack
bookracks
bookrest
bookrests
bookroom
bookrooms

Literary usage of Bookmen

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1. The Bookworm: An Illustrated Treasury of Old-time Literature (1891)
"... although, like most other bookmen, they had few real sympathies with every-day life. They did not at all understand the necessities of expediency. ..."

2. The Thirteenth, Greatest of Centuries by James Joseph Walsh (1907)
"IX LIBRARIES AND bookmen. As the Thirteenth Century begins some 250 years before the art of printing was introduced, it would seem idle to talk of libraries ..."

3. Annual Meeting of the American Institute of Instruction by American Institute of Instruction, Meeting (1899)
"THE EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS TO BE SOLVED BY bookmen. BY HAMILTON I. SMITH. It has come to be clearly recognized by thoughtful people that the school-book ..."

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