bookbinder bookbinder  /ˈbʊk ˌbaɪn dər/


  • (n) a worker whose trade is binding books


  1. Among those who rebelled was Segundo David Peralta, a bookbinder from Tucuman, who took to the jungle with a band that soon grew to 30 or 40 members.
  2. That afternoon, the GPO suspended the reticent bookbinder without pay.
  3. Son of an immigrant Russian-Jewish bookbinder, Emanuel Julius left school with a grammar school education, drifted around in the free-thinking Socialist currents of his time.



  1. "Judge Bookbinder is highly respected by judges, members of the bar and staff," Rabner said. "He is widely known as a fair-minded judge, a wise manager and a valued colleague. He takes the helm of a vicinage that has enjoyed superb leadership...
    on Jun 18, 2008 By: Stuart Rabner Source:

  2. "Me a book binder? Actually when I was sitting with a real bookbinder here in London - I apprenticed with him for an entire afternoon, getting a crash course in how to do gold leaf marble pages - I realised that it is a job that requires a lot of...
    on Jan 15, 2009 By: Brendan Fraser Source: Malaysia Star

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