Definition of Endpapers

1. Noun. (plural of endpaper) ¹



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Definition of Endpapers

1. endpaper [n] - See also: endpaper

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Endpapers

endowing
endowment-linked mortgage
endowment-policy
endowment fund
endowment insurance
endowment policy
endowments
endows
endozoa
endozoan
endozoic
endozoochory
endozoon
endpaper
endpapers (current term)
endpiece
endpieces
endpin
endpins
endplate
endplates
endplay
endplayed
endplaying
endplays
endpoint
endpoints
endproduct
endproducts

Literary usage of Endpapers

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1. Printing and Bookbinding for Schools by Samuel Jesse Vaughn (1912)
"Zigzag colored endpapers. 6. Head cut, out of boards, and colored. 7. ... In cutting these endpapers, four sheets of white paper to match the book are cut ..."

2. Selling Used Books Online: The Complete Guide to Bookselling at Amazon's by Stephen Windwalker (2002)
"endpapers are not normally numbered. erratum, pi. errata A correction of error(s) inserted into a book after it has been printed. ex library A book with ..."

3. Bookbinding and Its Auxiliary Branches by John J. Pleger (1914)
"endpapers for blank-books are made by taking two blank sheets the size of the book sheets, and folding them in the center. The white sheets are lined in the ..."

4. Catalogue of Ornamental Leather Bookbindings Executed in America Prior to by Grolier Club (1907)
"85 ; back gold tooled in colonial design; yellow endpapers. 90 Wesley, John, & others A Collection of Hymns for the Useof the Methodist Episcopal Church. ..."

5. Publishers Weekly by Publishers' Board of Trade (U.S.), Book Trade Association of Philadelphia, American Book Trade Union, Am. Book Trade Association, R.R. Bowker Company (1922)
"8+312 p. maps (endpapers) D [с. '22] NY, Brentano's $1.00 A talc nf adventure in the days when New York was a small town, and most of America a wilderness. ..."

6. The Book Collector: a General Survey of the Pursuit and of Those who Have by William Carew Hazlitt, Hector Carsewell Macpherson (1904)
"... outside their own productions seems to be proved by the existence of much early literature of foreign origin with English endpapers and covers. ..."

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