Definition of Booky

1. a. Bookish.



Definition of Booky

1. Adjective. (dated) bookish ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Booky

1. pertaining to books [adj BOOKIER, BOOKIEST]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Booky

bookstave
bookstaves
bookstore
bookstores
booksy
bookware
bookwise
bookwork
bookworks
bookworm
bookwormish
bookworms
bookwormy
bookwright
bookwrights
booky (current term)
bool
boolean operation
bools
boom
boom and bust
boom bap
boom box
boom boxes
boom out
boom town
boom vang
boom vangs
boomage
boombox

Literary usage of Booky

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1. Fields and Battlefields by Hope Bagenal (1918)
"She waited, listening to booky, and stirred the pot as she listened. ... The lady of the estaminet replied to some one else as well as to booky, "Mais oui, ..."

2. The American Journal of Psychology by Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener (1889)
"B' Rabby, B' Spider an' B' booky wen' in de field. ... B' booky pitch overbear' again an' 'e bring u four. B' Spider pitch overbear' again ; 'e float. say, ..."

3. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"booky. Bookish, literary. 1833 What! You're one of the 600% fellers, that think on ... 1880 Lessons... .which come not of booky teaching, but of experience. ..."

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