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Pronunciation:

[b_ˈʊ_k_s], [bˈʊks], [bˈʊks]
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Synonyms for Books:

account (noun) accounts (noun) books (noun) chronicles (noun) lists (noun) lists (verb) Other synonyms and related words:

Common misspellings for Books:

  • bocouse,
  • bogis,
  • boccee,
  • bougeous,
  • booksore,
  • bookin,
  • bougeois,
  • bocci,
  • beocuse,
  • bookss,
  • becousu,
  • llooks,
  • booksack,
  • bookig,
  • bokks,
  • beeks,
  • bicks,
  • butocks,
  • lookss,
  • boosk,
  • booke,
  • bogas,
  • loooks,
  • vooks,
  • becos,
  • boggus,
  • booce,
  • boook,
  • booky,
  • botix,
  • ibooks,
  • lookws,
  • booksto,
  • ebook's,
  • becours,
  • bodacois,
  • ebboks,
  • sooks,
  • booksale,
  • borcks,
  • bbook,
  • bourgois,
  • bieks,
  • boock,
  • becuos,
  • lookos,
  • becorse,
  • bookl,
  • blooks,
  • becoouse,
  • bazoka,
  • book,
  • becouse,
  • joobs,
  • becous,
  • beoke,
  • booys,
  • bokes,
  • bboks,
  • boxis,
  • bicose,
  • bloocks,
  • biook,
  • booket,
  • boods,
  • boooks,
  • jouous,
  • booksource,
  • bookds,
  • biogas,
  • bcouse,
  • bordoux,
  • bookm,
  • boocks,
  • baghouse,
  • boks,
  • bools,
  • lookis,
  • bookes,
  • bottox,
  • lookks,
  • ooks,
  • bookk,
  • bookfair,
  • looksa,
  • bottocks,
  • book1,
  • boogers,
  • bookas,
  • bocolis,
  • bolcks,
  • booik,
  • becoase,
  • knooks,
  • brooke's,
  • bookd,
  • bocomes,
  • boookk,
  • bloos,
  • fooks,
  • beocomes,
  • brokes,
  • backas,
  • burkas,
  • bekus,
  • bloks,
  • bookins,
  • bookjs,
  • becoz,
  • besoke,
  • tooks,
  • bbok,
  • bazook,
  • zorks,
  • booes,
  • bosco,
  • becoes,
  • becks,
  • bioxi,
  • botox,
  • boiok,
  • bookets,
  • bbooks,
  • brookes,
  • brroks,
  • burks,
  • ebooks,
  • lo9oks,
  • newbooks,
  • bovious.

Rhymes for Books:

  1. crooks, nooks, hooks, brooks, cooks, looks, rooks;
  2. chinooks;

Quotes for Books:

  1. The power of a book lies in its power to turn a solitary act into a shared vision. As long as we have books we are not alone. Laura Bush.
  2. I have no problem selling books to media franchises and we do it all the time. The author must understand that he/she is a writer for hire and has no control over copyright or over editorial changes made to the text. Richard Curtis.
  3. I obtained a job at the Library of Congress. I loved books so I felt at home. I was going to end up, I thought, majoring in English and teach at the college level. Tom Glazer.

Idioms of Books:

  1. one for the ( record) books
  2. one for the books
  3. cook the books

Adjectives for Books:

  • second vintage,
  • sexual how-to,
  • opaque and experimental,
  • intelligent and highly readable,
  • bright improbable,
  • holocrystal,
  • modern how-to,
  • books-real,
  • intensely skeptical,
  • rare, slim,
  • old, jeweled,
  • thoughtful, quirky,
  • deep, lyric,
  • elegant, elegiacal,
  • wholly optimistic,
  • other funniest,
  • white comic,
  • eventually electronic,
  • well-regarded recent,
  • certain best-selling,
  • single hand-written,
  • rather prurient,
  • antique, fragile,
  • violent comic,
  • thick, old-style,
  • inadvertently hilarious,
  • long, gaseous,
  • rarest nautical,
  • greasy inconvenient,
  • impressively weighty,
  • fairly small and cheap,
  • older, esoteric,
  • all-new and clearly superior,
  • old, well-read,
  • funny, authentic,
  • abysmally crummy,
  • vintage comic,
  • dark leatherbound,
  • leather-bound medical,
  • western comic,
  • old stygian,
  • grim inscrutable,
  • green, leather-bound,
  • practically mythological,
  • dull and spineless,
  • uncut pious,
  • old leatherbound,
  • black, leatherbound,
  • atively common,
  • perfumed new,
  • strange and rather disturbing,
  • difficult, trail-blazing,
  • dumb, old-fashioned,
  • blasphemous, idiotic,
  • fragmentary and chaotic,
  • nondescript leather-bound,
  • significant, educational,
  • leather-bound little,
  • influential and controversial,
  • miniature leather-bound,
  • juicy, best-selling,
  • excellent and very clear,
  • damn popular,
  • grubby, frayed,
  • ancient and almost unknown,
  • stupidly gory,
  • open comic,
  • allegedly obscene,
  • near-mythical prophetical,
  • near-mythical prophetic,
  • strange and rewarding,
  • static, priceless,
  • weird and other,
  • infinitely thick,
  • interplanetary comic,
  • many how-to,
  • few non-fictional,
  • original full-length,
  • national best,
  • second-hand and antiquarian,
  • fake antiquarian,
  • timely comic,
  • beloved comic,
  • pointless, fluffy,
  • life-changing, problem-solving,
  • imaginative and hilarious,
  • beautiful, legible,
  • earlier hand-written,
  • excellent handy,
  • instructive, serviceable,
  • gross, worthless,
  • evidently brand-new,
  • large and evidently brand-new,
  • bulky and diffuse,
  • worst and most tedious,
  • old-fashioned scientific,
  • average sunday-school,
  • chinese canonical,
  • classical or historical,
  • thoughtful and promising,
  • conspicuously sincere,
  • hasty but conspicuously sincere,
  • singularly delightful and unaffected,
  • familiar, unpretentious,
  • mad democratic,
  • strange and rhapsodical,
  • ordinary well-written,
  • cryphal,
  • canonical or authoritative,
  • rare and unread,
  • cheap and pious,
  • interesting, scientific,
  • earliest funeral,
  • central secular,
  • huge commonplace,
  • wide-awake sunday-school,
  • notable and artistic,
  • characteristic and most popular,
  • excellent, unnoticed,
  • rather delicate and exquisite,
  • important and extraordinarily interesting,
  • courageous and penetrating,
  • other and really wonderful,
  • more uncanonical,
  • multicolored and gilded,
  • historical prophetic,
  • fascinating and intensely interesting,
  • diffuse, good,
  • secular secondhand,
  • cheerful and uplifting,
  • eternal, indispensable,
  • decent readable,
  • unpolished french,
  • symbolic and confessedly obscure,
  • old, hand-written,
  • cordial, heart-warming,
  • absurdly curious,
  • theological commonplace,
  • commonplace and even absurd,
  • literary and didactic,
  • radically spiritual,
  • fascinating and highly popular,
  • respective symbolical,
  • fifth, seventh and eighth,
  • odd, desultory,
  • great and pitiless,
  • precious seventeenth-century,
  • reports remarkably clever,
  • finely fascinating,
  • readable and salable,
  • dry, unprofitable,
  • accurate and available,
  • standard sunday-school,
  • sizable gray,
  • aforesaid useless,
  • never valuable,
  • ribald iconoclastic,
  • comparatively wellknown,
  • classical or german,
  • divine tenth,
  • annually numerous,
  • inspiring, reasonable and valuable,
  • fascinating and daring,
  • old unfashionable,
  • transcendental little,
  • sacred authentic,
  • dynamic and disturbing,
  • useful second-hand,
  • hence worthy,
  • ingenious and very clever,
  • human and worthy,
  • altogether human and worthy,
  • architechural,
  • scarce or curious,
  • scarce or unique,
  • ritual or hermetic,
  • human and instructive,
  • technical and very complete,
  • sometimes uncritical,
  • honestly amorous,
  • ancient and much-thumbed,
  • mainly biographical and topical,
  • picturesque and enthralling,
  • valuable bad,
  • worst valuable,
  • surely irregular and commonplace,
  • surely irregular,
  • socialist and economical,
  • old-time sunday-school,
  • beautiful sixth,
  • empty or insincere,
  • obsolete devotional,
  • singularly refreshing and happy,
  • singularly refreshing,
  • comprehensive blue,
  • principal symbolic,
  • notable and beautiful,
  • restful and admirable,
  • amazing dull,
  • particularly fairy,
  • stupid and deceitful,
  • good-natured and good-humored,
  • thoroughly good-natured and good-humored,
  • loose-leaf blank,
  • unpleasant and yet interesting,
  • single biblical,
  • extremely clever and amusing,
  • historically subordinate,
  • important but historically subordinate,
  • curious and rather hybrid,
  • thoroughly readable and enjoyable,
  • yellow vellum,
  • amusingly wrong-headed,
  • exciting, passionate,
  • admirable sunday-school,
  • away juvenile,
  • deliciously vivid,
  • colossally cerebral,
  • signally valuable,
  • brighter, few,
  • significant small,
  • able and now half-forgotten,
  • singular and half-forgotten,
  • hateful, revolting,
  • well-known and most instructive,
  • recent and very remarkable,
  • popular and fast-selling,
  • dog-eared, grimy,
  • essentially unfair,
  • thoroughly fresh and natural,
  • second-hand and other,
  • unlicensed and scandalous,
  • shabby leather-bound,
  • huge, sensational,
  • second-hand foreign,
  • oldest, favorite,
  • frantic seditious,
  • distinctly vocational,
  • good and not dissimilar,
  • dangerous mystical,
  • simple or pathetic,
  • well-made, well-bound,
  • typically australian,
  • worthless or indifferent,
  • trustworthy and informative,
  • subsequent typographical,
  • dangerously sinful,
  • immeasurably livelier,
  • remarkably bright and vivid,
  • brilliant but narrow,
  • wonderful and fat,
  • delightfully sketchy and chatty,
  • delightfully sketchy,
  • remarkable and imperishable,
  • uncritical and unscientific,
  • old and well-read,
  • bengali religious,
  • cheap devotional,
  • second signal,
  • often long and capable,
  • terrible, little,
  • pious, instructive,
  • huge and profound,
  • requisite blank,
  • pleasant and even remarkable,
  • present prophetical,
  • proper prophetical,
  • anonymous or spurious,
  • briefer prophetic,
  • prophetical and poetic,
  • huge unwritten,
  • famous, large,
  • original tenth,
  • ordinary leather-bound,
  • extremely simple and effective,
  • apocryphal several,
  • apocryphal moral,
  • inspiring and practical,
  • bygone sunday-school,
  • retail, such,
  • prettiest gilt,
  • far-famed red,
  • admirable and open-minded,
  • original symbolical,
  • so-called symbolical,
  • esoteric or genuine,
  • characteristic and exquisite,
  • tempting sunday-school,
  • heathenish and outlandish,
  • inclusive little,
  • also graver,
  • agreeably frivolous,
  • glorious and edifying,
  • separately typical,
  • elemental, large,
  • perfect infallible,
  • worthless and mischievous,
  • welcome and friendly little,
  • ever interesting and delightful,
  • shapeless and amateurish,
  • dramatical and homiletical,
  • foolish and unedifying,
  • religious and especially spiritual,
  • religious and truly spiritual,
  • fabulous and fantastical,
  • sane and refreshing,
  • distinctively pictorial,
  • deeply compacted,
  • sensible and delightful,
  • foul, wanton and obscene,
  • noteworthy and valuable,
  • lucid, helpful,
  • new and readable,
  • especial crimson,
  • best eighteenth-century,
  • scandalous or immoral,
  • late skeptical,
  • little and fragmentary,
  • sparkling, racy,
  • careless and clever,
  • single prophetic,
  • well-known virginal,
  • excellent, reliable,
  • sane and interesting,
  • safe, sane and interesting,
  • remarkable eleventh,
  • greater liturgical,
  • attractive, big,
  • capital and safe,
  • wisely sweet,
  • remarkable and most instructive,
  • notable and charming,
  • old-fashioned so-called,
  • utterly impartial,
  • new deistical,
  • thoroughly sincere and careful,
  • straightforward and eminently practical,
  • useful anonymous,
  • suggestive and thoughtful,
  • hence satirical,
  • tremendously reasonable,
  • vital and pregnant,
  • intellectually incoherent,
  • delightfully humorous and clever,
  • small but naturally immortal,
  • interesting, splendid and valuable,
  • uncritical and optimistic,
  • valuable and clever,
  • architectural and rural,
  • principal symbolical,
  • friendly memorial,
  • convenient elementary,
  • sane and illuminating,
  • new readable,
  • incorrect dark,
  • illicit french,
  • dim dreary,
  • delightful and informative,
  • exciting and enjoyable,
  • principal and auxiliary,
  • authoritative and scientific,
  • aloud dull,
  • indistinct poor,
  • big dropsical,
  • laboriously authentic,
  • poor vague,
  • many frothy,
  • historical and artistical,
  • dim german,
  • permanent, delightful,
  • miscellaneous standard,
  • timely up-to-date,
  • shockingly unorthodox,
  • huge and equally interesting,
  • exceptionally scarce,
  • delicate, fresh and breezy,
  • famous and thoroughly delightful,
  • idle and imperfect,
  • fascinating but awful,
  • law-and-moral,
  • bad or middling,
  • small but wonder-working,
  • wisely helpful,
  • serene and cheery,
  • old unsubtle,
  • practical and clearest,
  • outdoor handy,
  • ugly scientific,
  • exceedingly superficial,
  • bad or second-rate,
  • mawkish and unreal,
  • readable and unreadable,
  • painful and unhealthy,
  • altogether good and wholesome,
  • wholesale many,
  • valuable and now rare,
  • amazingly humorous,
  • cheap blank,
  • high-minded, illuminating,
  • ordinarily associate,
  • old and unsaleable,
  • unique and excessively rare,
  • chemical and astrological,
  • more rare and interesting,
  • strictly uncut,
  • inferior or immoral,
  • extremely uncertain and precarious,
  • extensive or notable,
  • uncut and rarely beautiful,
  • desirable and rare,
  • excessively valuable,
  • small and excessively valuable,
  • brightest small,
  • grave and most instructive,
  • restful and readable,
  • charming and highly poetical,
  • extraordinarily able and impressive,
  • infallible and incomparable,
  • comprehensive and illuminating,
  • laborious, fantastic,
  • mostly theoretical and constructive,
  • insufficient and dilapidated,
  • few readable,
  • most ornithological,
  • able but peculiarly unpleasant,
  • sole creditable,
  • splendid, refreshing,
  • impartial and instructive,
  • simply strange and pompous,
  • fine-looking, unreadable,
  • properly sober and pious,
  • properly sober,
  • fewer idiotic,
  • timid transatlantic,
  • illuminating religious,
  • exciting and weird,
  • strangely exciting and weird,
  • wildly unbalanced,
  • specifically humorous,
  • soberly historic,
  • thin, harmless,
  • magnificent and inspirational,
  • pestilential and abominable,
  • prophetic, mystical,
  • professional eclectic,
  • beautiful posthumous,
  • damned turgid,
  • fourth and absolutely final,
  • important and well-guarded,
  • similarly worthwhile,
  • good and seminal,
  • little-known and esoteric,
  • free comic,
  • unbound, ragged,
  • recondite and inaccessible,
  • quick, flimsy,
  • big loose-leaf,
  • thick tattered,
  • old hardbound,
  • great indecent,
  • rare or old,
  • witty and daring,
  • powerful and illuminating,
  • tattered commonplace,
  • tedious moral,
  • wonderfully rich and rewarding,
  • seditious and heretical,
  • indoor noisy,
  • intelligible, prophetic,
  • deuteronomical,
  • baked and preposterous,
  • middle-class and mediocre,
  • few stuffy,
  • suggestive, sensible,
  • wisest ancient,
  • sensible but heavy,
  • poetical and prophetic,
  • able, comprehensive,
  • exact and valuable,
  • authoritative and well-known,
  • frigidly impartial,
  • remarkable and frigidly impartial,
  • sad or high-minded,
  • fourth, fifth and seventh,
  • aside dull,
  • daringly nonsensical,
  • trustworthy and meritorious,
  • aforesaid symbolical,
  • curious and successful,
  • agreeable but superficial,
  • good but easier,
  • equally good but easier,
  • heretical and seditious,
  • numerous undated,
  • certain unlicensed,
  • scarce and foreign,
  • thereby second-hand,
  • earlier symbolical,
  • miscellaneous juvenile,
  • shrewd, suggestive,
  • dear or beloved,
  • modest and most interesting,
  • uncommonly readable,
  • complete and egoistical,
  • unreal and lurid,
  • unimpeachable little,
  • infamous pornographic,
  • artistic and complete,
  • gay and often scandalous,
  • sensible, comprehensive,
  • earlier devotional,
  • spongy german,
  • truly serious and honest,
  • indecipherable ancient,
  • distinct buddhist,
  • uncanonical jewish,
  • theistic sacred,
  • well-written and brilliant,
  • better commonplace,
  • fifth & greatest,
  • markedly scriptural,
  • noblest missionary,
  • cheapest and most elegant,
  • many post-war,
  • wonderful and virulent,
  • sacred and apocryphal,
  • proto-canonical and deutero-canonical,
  • lyric and moral,
  • apocryphal or deutero-canonical,
  • usual apocryphal,
  • nobler modern,
  • rival sacred,
  • popular but instructive,
  • aforesaid heretical,
  • such characterless,
  • tedious heavy,
  • pure, humorous,
  • nonsensical ridiculous,
  • libelous little,
  • modern valuable,
  • small and cheaper,
  • vivacious and daring,
  • frightfully interesting,
  • extremely interesting and typical,
  • gradual, various,
  • useful and eminently practical,
  • classical secular,
  • deeply influential,
  • effective or deeply influential,
  • pornographic german,
  • thoroughly regular and conventional,
  • instructive apocryphal,
  • humblest, good,
  • characteristic or charming,
  • well-written and valuable,
  • unaided heavy,
  • careful, erudite,
  • particular devout,
  • devout and edifying,
  • interesting and truly human,
  • technical wireless,
  • other plaintive,
  • allegorical little,
  • ancient and estimable,
  • elegant and most sublime,
  • apocryphal,
  • old and unintelligible,
  • famous but little-known,
  • extravagant and unintelligible,
  • practical and non-controversial,
  • excellent theosophical,
  • ceremonial and spiritual,
  • delightful and helpful,
  • long, composite,
  • doubly abominable,
  • whatsoever precious and rare,
  • chiefly scientific and historical,
  • chiefly medical and scientific,
  • sacred median,
  • journal, commonplace,
  • pompous and obscure,
  • sundry scarce,
  • extraordinarily keen and delicate,
  • rare and cheap,
  • stupidest popular,
  • sacred or arcane,
  • remarkable and vigorous,
  • permanently outstanding,
  • ponderous and devout,
  • amiable but rather feeble,
  • extremely curious and suggestive,
  • precious but spotty,
  • worked-out posthumous,
  • classical and definite,
  • rare and generally unknown,
  • elementary and educational,
  • honest and singularly interesting,
  • truly interesting and instructive,
  • governmental, judicial,
  • sensible and brilliant,
  • useful and charming,
  • singularly rich and interesting,
  • recent and satisfactory,
  • rare and specially valuable,
  • meretricious or humiliating,
  • inadequate and absurd,
  • wordy, garrulous,
  • concise and ready,
  • cheap but worthy,
  • beloved astronomical,
  • shallow but attractive,
  • foreign second-hand,
  • unread modern,
  • precious and marvelous,
  • canonical and classical,
  • dull and rather vulgar,
  • serviceable introductory,
  • superlatively unsound,
  • brightest and most readable,
  • seventh and most famous,
  • enormously vital,
  • reflective, charming,
  • vile papistical,
  • venerable well-worn,
  • leather-bound old,
  • tall, gilt-edged,
  • unself-critical,
  • extraordinarily unself-critical,
  • wry, splendid,
  • shapeless and inadequate,
  • still scarce and expensive,
  • commercial comic,
  • pseudo-fictional,
  • basic great,
  • dirty leather-bound,
  • moldy, old,
  • white, leather-bound,
  • more vellum,
  • non-existent, unattainable,
  • loose and still fragmentary,
  • inexpensive blank,
  • immense, leather-bound,
  • best-known non-fiction,
  • sixth and seventeenth,
  • additions several,
  • newest chaotic,
  • atrociously dull,
  • large and often inaccessible,
  • grave and graver,
  • red morocco-bound,
  • dreadful and really scandalous,
  • perpetually medical,
  • thoroughly fresh and original,
  • semi-poetical little,
  • concise but luminous,
  • scientific uncut,
  • instructive juvenile,
  • silly flippant,
  • printed medical,
  • latest sunday-school,
  • seventy-six new,
  • subsequent signal,
  • creative, first-hand,
  • scarce and excessively dear,
  • exciting and most characteristic,
  • thoroughly wholesome and delightful,
  • net other,
  • chatty and readable,
  • creditable and even surprising,
  • frantic and seditious,
  • larger and full,
  • unexceptionably genteel,
  • attractive unread,
  • interesting commonplace,
  • classical and philological,
  • highly interesting and companionable,
  • wholesale cheap,
  • new, well-bound,
  • handsome and really useful,
  • curious and classical,
  • convenient commonplace,
  • interesting, overcrowded,
  • singularly rare and curious,
  • big and satisfying,
  • thoroughly readable and instructive,
  • delightfully merry,
  • chatty, wide-awake,
  • rotten grown-up,
  • funny empty,
  • french unseen,
  • still fresh and striking,
  • genuinely fascinating,
  • poetical commonplace,
  • venerable, well-worn,
  • early printed,
  • un canonical,
  • interesting and also valuable,
  • eighth recognizable,
  • sixth recognizable,
  • later sacred,
  • charming and even captivating,
  • fair, commendable,
  • remarkable and most attractive,
  • full and unimpeachable,
  • orderly blue,
  • antique canadian,
  • little and very curious,
  • utterly false and wearisome,
  • rare and exceedingly diffuse,
  • witty and uncommonly interesting,
  • old and famed,
  • thoroughly feeble and commonplace,
  • thoroughly feeble,
  • miraculously foolish,
  • eminently interesting and valuable,
  • perfectly unmanageable,
  • useless and miscellaneous,
  • mill local,
  • extant innumerable,
  • dull juvenile,
  • precious academic,
  • mostly devotional,
  • truly beautiful and sympathetic,
  • fourth rare,
  • open privileged,
  • excellent, readable,
  • single sci-fi,
  • educational comic,
  • blue leather-bound,
  • strange comic,
  • obscure and primal,
  • romancical,
  • little apocryphal,
  • readable and useful,
  • many longish,
  • bible and other,
  • historic and didactic,
  • excessively dear,
  • miscellaneous german,
  • interesting and companionable,
  • sensible, well-written,
  • dusty nineteenth-century,
  • significant and informative,
  • philosophical commonplace,
  • red, leather-bound,
  • somewhat socialistic,
  • do-it-yourself veterinary,
  • new stiff-backed,
  • seriously magical,
  • spanish signal,
  • aseptically clean,
  • nipponese comic,
  • crumpled comic,
  • dry and inadequate,
  • powerfully pernicious,
  • supremely interesting and wholesome,
  • clear, practical and suggestive,
  • thoroughly wholesome and attractive,
  • popular veterinary,
  • many well-bound,
  • amiable but imperfect,
  • lean and dreary,
  • instructive but awfully dull,
  • practical, well-illustrated,
  • capital, such,
  • capital and instructive,
  • wholly fictional and imaginative,
  • second cheerful,
  • naive and straightforward,
  • simple, naive and straightforward,
  • curious and exceedingly frank,
  • remote civic,
  • honest and interesting,
  • thin, leatherbound,
  • enough rare,
  • dirty comic,
  • oldest and rarest,
  • probably eighth or ninth,
  • probably eighth,
  • many leather-bound,
  • ridiculous comic,
  • oldest comic,
  • great unreadable,
  • chief canonical,
  • suitable and instructive,
  • earlier biblical,
  • new & recent,
  • other truer,
  • big leatherbound,
  • well-bound geological,
  • numerous interactive,
  • rolled-up comic,
  • erudite and obscure,
  • recent but imperfect,
  • international antiquarian,
  • four-color comic,
  • economic and socialistic,
  • hieroglyphical prophetic,
  • acute and singular,
  • monthly cumulative,
  • unlawful and unlicensed,
  • purely temporary and unconnected,
  • witty, instructive,
  • rare and second-hand,
  • breezy, delightful,
  • reliable and readable,
  • fundamental and abstruse,
  • scarce and very dear,
  • superficial but pretty french,
  • excellent and short,
  • exceedingly interesting and readable,
  • so-called hermetic,
  • cheap and rare,
  • new and bulky,
  • tenth and fifth,
  • ordinary humanitarian,
  • dusty, leather-bound,
  • essentially dull,
  • psychotic rare,
  • thick blank,
  • indian fairy,
  • recent well-received,
  • valuable second-hand,
  • several virulent,
  • apocryphal fourth,
  • mostly queer,
  • handsome attractive,
  • sole historical,
  • bold and pernicious,
  • slim, dark-blue,
  • vast authentic,
  • large hardbound,
  • white leather-bound,
  • —central,
  • amazing horrid,
  • completely exclusive,
  • slim, well-worn,
  • valuable, leather-bound,
  • upcoming or current,
  • dismayingly heavy,
  • grubby, rumpled,
  • illiterate comic,
  • possibly technical,
  • pretentious and sensational,
  • blank, leather-bound,
  • marvelously simple-minded and glib,
  • marvelously simple-minded,
  • substantial, instructive,
  • impossibly pure and innocent,
  • larger dumpy,
  • delightful and really first-rate,
  • culpable and dangerous,
  • useless modern,
  • plain impartial,
  • ordinary blank,
  • well-written, interesting,
  • canonical and other,
  • practical and suggestive,
  • evil political,
  • massive, leather-bound,
  • particularly reticent,
  • massive, handwritten,
  • impossibly pure,
  • rare and antiquarian,
  • small and deeply boring,
  • lawless bloody,
  • bad and immodest,
  • trivial, futile,
  • retail cheap,
  • long and frightfully stiff,
  • perfectly sober and serious,
  • parliamentary blue,
  • unassuming and invaluable,
  • proto-canonical,
  • wholesomely disturbing,
  • good but unmethodical,
  • bawdy, lewd,
  • mighty lewd,
  • little navy-blue,
  • dusty leather-bound,
  • entire single,
  • frightfully stiff,
  • sober and formidable,
  • dubious old,
  • japanese comic,
  • old, clumsy,
  • historical and prophetic,
  • small, leatherbound,
  • deeply boring,
  • little morocco-bound,
  • large, big,
  • potent and magical,
  • glorious and weighty,
  • disturbing or dubious,
  • bitter, blasphemous,
  • slender leather-bound,
  • many non-religious,
  • epoch-making little,
  • tibetan sacred,
  • wide, largest,
  • simply appalling and irresistible,
  • apocryphal and canonical,
  • immoral other,
  • loveliest and kindest,
  • manual or blue,
  • delightfully fresh and original,
  • oriental sacred,
  • poetical and prophetical,
  • good, popular,
  • immediate french,
  • extremely rare and valuable,
  • old-fashioned fairy,
  • simply appalling,
  • proverbial open,
  • heavy and handsome,
  • few well-bound,
  • heavy leatherbound,
  • prestigious national,
  • old, unwanted,
  • scarce little,
  • demoniac sixth,
  • sober, somber,
  • unique, splendid,
  • desirable foreign,
  • deuterocanonical,
  • large pale-blue,
  • thick leatherbound,
  • little vellum,
  • deliciously funny,
  • smaller-than-average,
  • totally remarkable,
  • archaic visual,
  • rare primitive,
  • former symbolical,
  • small but very thick,
  • interesting, instructive,
  • non-canonical,
  • privately printed,
  • ponderous commonplace,
  • fine and readable,
  • fresh and individual,
  • popular juvenile,
  • second glad,
  • tattered comic,
  • huge, leatherbound,
  • japanese dumpy,
  • olive fairy,
  • thoroughly readable,
  • german sunday-school,
  • few devotional,
  • noble and joyous,
  • irreplaceable ancient,
  • crimson fairy,
  • undisputed canonical,
  • pornographic comic,
  • several high-class,
  • such online,
  • exceedingly rare and curious,
  • canonical and apocryphal,
  • great cryptographic,
  • blue & white,
  • new and forthcoming,
  • readable little,
  • lilac fairy,
  • big leather-bound,
  • exquisitely simple and truthful,
  • french signal,
  • little leather-bound,
  • amusing, original,
  • curious, curious,
  • pink fairy,
  • well-worn little,
  • older historical,
  • ridiculous nonsensical,
  • deutero-canonical,
  • historical and prophetical,
  • brown fairy,
  • large, leatherbound,
  • oriental printed,
  • other symbolical,
  • huge leather-bound,
  • small, leather-bound,
  • large, leather-bound,
  • sympathetic and wholesome,
  • yellow fairy,
  • international standard,
  • green fairy,
  • little blank,
  • large leather-bound,
  • red fairy,
  • blue fairy,
  • wholly remarkable,
  • early printed,
  • sparkling twentieth-century,
  • small leather-bound,
  • leatherbound,
  • leather-bound.
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