Definition of Prebound

1. Adjective. Denoting that a book has been rebound with a library quality hardcover binding. In almost all commercial cases, the book in question began as a paperback. ¹



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Definition of Prebound

1. prebind [v] - See also: prebind

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Prebound

preboarding
preboards
preboil
preboiled
preboiling
preboils
prebook
prebooked
prebooking
prebookings
prebooks
preboom
preboot
preborn
prebought
prebound (current term)
prebreaded
prebreak
prebreakfast
prebriefed
prebronchial
prebrowned
prebubble
prebudget
prebudgets
prebuffer
prebuffered
prebuffering
prebuffers
prebuild

Literary usage of Prebound

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1. The Methodist Review (1897)
"This word is from np6, " before, and 6p#w, " to limit," " to bound," and means simply to " prebound." It does not express the idea of inspiring or decreeing ..."

2. Reports of Cases Argued and Determined in the Court of Exchequer in Ireland by Robert Longfield, Ireland Court of Exchequer, John Fitzhenry Townsend (1843)
"... for the purpose of having his son viously sent to had been prebound apprentice to Mr. Barlow who was the solicitor tne Court re- for the Ordnance. ..."

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