bookcase bookcase  /ˈbʊkK ˌeɪs/


  • (n) a piece of furniture with shelves for storing books


  1. A reproduction hung for years in the living room of his father's house, over the bookcase.
  2. The trophy has its own shelf in his mom's bookcase.
  3. If books are your great loveand clutter weaknessdon't start your purging project by the bookcases.


  • Code of Conduct: Can I 'Borrow' Google's Books Forever?

    Ethics quiz! Sharpen your pencils and get ready to pass judgment on this scenario. While visiting Google's campus, you walk past an interesting looking bookcase in the hallway. Stickers on each book proclaim: "Property of  the Google Product Management Library." There's no trace of a book-lending policy. Circle each statement that you think is true:
    on June 14, 2013     Source: Forbes

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  1. "If he can successfully turn around Afghanistan, deter Iran from getting a nuclear weapon, I will build a bookcase for him to put it in," Graham said of the president's Nobel Prize on NBC'sMeet the Press.
    on Oct 12, 2009 By: Lindsey Graham Source: ABC News

  2. "There was a very nice bookcase that was ripped out because it was contaminated," Glenn said. "We didn't lose everything, but we lost a significant amount of stuff."
    on Feb 12, 2009 By: Glenn Source: Omaha World-Herald

  3. "Then I hear a noise," says Andrea Gillies. "Scraping. Coming from the library. Sure enough, there's Nancy standing in the dark, tipping her supper into the bookcase. Sausages, potato, radicchio, off the plate and on to the tops of a row of...
    on Jun 20, 2010 By: Andrea Source:

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