Definition of Library paste

1. Noun. An adhesive made from water and flour or starch; used on paper and paperboard.

Exact synonyms: Paste
Generic synonyms: Adhesive, Adhesive Agent, Adhesive Material
Specialized synonyms: Wafer
Derivative terms: Paste, Pasty, Pasty



Definition of Library paste

1. Noun. A gluelike adhesive made from a mixture of water and flour (or starch), used to bind paper or paperboard. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Library Paste

library
library administration
library and information science
library automation
library card
library catalog
library catalogs
library catalogue
library catalogues
library collection development
library fine
library hand
library materials
library paste (current term)
library program
library routine
library schools
library science
library sciences
library services
library surveys
library technical services
libraryless
librarylike
libras
librate
librated
librates

Literary usage of Library paste

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1. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1917)
"library paste. The S. Drug Co. asks: "Can you furnish us with a formula for library paste? One of our local factories wants us to make up ..."

2. Annual Report by Michigan Board of State Auditors (1902)
"6 pints library paste. $1.70, less 85c on account of 9 dozen pencils, $3.31 ; 6 typewriter ribbons, $4 7 31 breakage, 85c; 2 dozen binding cases, ..."

3. The Philippine Journal of Science by Philippines Bureau of Science (1908)
"Its exposed surface is now ready for a coat of library paste which is first put on thin, then thick, and the proper blotting paper outline is then attached ..."

4. The Economics of Manual Training: A Study of the Cost of Equipping and by Louis Rouillion (1905)
"The small brushes that come with the library paste are cheap and handy. They should be kept in water when not in use." - One or two boxes should be provided ..."

5. The Essentials of Descriptive Geometry by Frederic Goodson Higbee (1917)
"library paste is pleasanter to work with and takes less time to dry but it seems to hold less well than glue. A glued joint has been found to last ..."

6. Hand Book of the United States Tariff: Containing the Tariff Act of 1913 by Vandegrift, F.B., & Co, William Watson Rich, United States (1913)
"Collapsible tubes of library paste, manufactured by Thaddeus Davids Co., New York. TD 33422. Collapsible tubes of paste, manufactured by Carter's Ink Co., ..."

7. Manual Training--play Problems: Constructive Work for Boys and Girls Based by William Samuel Marten (1917)
"Powdered dextrine mixed with water to the consistency of library paste is most ... library paste is most satisfactory for use with paper and cloth. ..."

8. The Economics of Manual Training: A Complete Treatise Giving Just the by Louis Rouillion (1911)
"The small brushes that come with the library paste are cheap and handy. They should be kept in water when not in use." One or two boxes should be provided ..."

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