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bibliophile, bibliophil (s) (noun); bibliophiles, bibliophils (pl)
1. A lover of books; a book fancier: Ted's elderly aunt introduced him to the joys of being a bibliophile by giving him a job in a library.
2. Someone who loves books; especially, a collector interested in beautiful or rare bindings, formats, etc.: When Mary, a well-known bibliophile died, she gave her entire library of rare publications to the local university.
A person who loves books more than television.
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Someone who loves books more than a romantic evening.
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Word Entries at Get Words: “bibliophile
Anyone who is very fond of books for reading and/or as a collector of such publications. (2)
(Dr. Rocke Robertson collected more than 600 dictionaries and many other books; a true dictionary bibliophile)
(Dr. Rocke Robertson collected more than 600 dictionaries and many other books; a true dictionary bibliophile)
(Dr. Rocke Robertson collected more than 600 dictionaries and many other books; a true dictionary bibliophile)
(more information about Dr. Harold Rocke Robertson donated by his son, Ian Robertson)