Definition of Sublibrarians

1. Noun. (plural of sublibrarian) ¹



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Definition of Sublibrarians

1. sublibrarian [n] - See also: sublibrarian

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sublibrarians

sublessees
sublessor
sublessors
sublet
sublethal
sublethally
sublets
subletter
subletters
subletting
sublevation
sublevations
sublevel
sublevels
sublibrarian
sublibrarians (current term)
sublicence
sublicensable
sublicense
sublicensed
sublicensee
sublicensees
sublicenses
sublicensing
sublicensor
sublicensors
sublieutenant
sublieutenants
subligation
sublight

Literary usage of Sublibrarians

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General by Thomas Spencer Baynes (1888)
"The librarians and subordinates are divided into (1) prefects, librarians, and sublibrarians; (2) assistant librarians; (3) attendants, or book distributors ..."

2. The Annual Register edited by Edmund Burke (1882)
"His work at time Museum continued till 1838, in which year he became one of the sublibrarians of the Bodleian Library; he succeeded time late Dr. ..."

3. A Writer's Recollections by Humphry Ward (1919)
"... that some of the very obscure books I had been using were ' out' when I wanted them, or had been abstracted from my table by one of the sublibrarians. ..."

4. Annual Conference Proceedings of the American Library Association by American Library Association. Conference, American Library Association (1911)
"There are very few libraries which have women sublibrarians or deputy-librarians. These are almost invariably men. But the number of women employed in ..."

5. Some Old Egyptian Librarians by Ernest Cushing Richardson (1911)
"... or incarnations of Thoth—even to dwell a little, as was intended, on his seven assistants, who may be supposed to be the patron gods of sublibrarians. ..."

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