Definition of Sketch block
1. Noun. A book containing sheets of paper on which sketches can be drawn.
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Literary usage of Sketch block
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1. Outing; Sport, Adventure, Travel, Fiction by Poultney Bigelow, James Henry Worman, Ben James Worman, Caspar Whitney, Albert Britt (1884)
"Longley still held his sketch-block in his left hand. So he cast his right arm around the girl's waist and held her firmly, while with the sketch-block he ..."
2. The United Service Magazine (1904)
"With detachable sketch block, Field Memos, Latest Forms, Coloured Pencils, &c. ... sketch block, it. y!.; post free, is. $J. NOTES ON THE DUTIES OF ..."
3. The Pacific Monthly by William Bittle Wells, Lute Pease, Charles Erskine Scott Wood (1899)
"She spent many hours each day idling with a sketch block and pencil in that grassy hollow in the hill, seaward from the town, or strolled upon the beach or ..."
4. Oregon Literature by John B. Horner (1902)
"She spent many hours each day idling with a sketch block and pencil in the grassy hollow in the hill, seaward from the town, so well known to ..."