buckram buckram


  1. (n) a coarse cotton fabric stiffened with glue; used in bookbinding and to stiffen clothing
  2. (v) stiffen with or as with buckram
  3. (adj) rigidly formal



  1. Near it, snugly bound in green buckram, lies a sample of his handiwork: a copy of Tranter's poetry journal, Jacket.
  2. A large, buckram-bound volume was published last month by the Department of the Army.
  3. A conservative-looking maroon buckram volume on the outside, the new Bible has some surprises for the conservative reader inside.

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  1. "The running back corps looks good," said Mike Price. "Jason Williams has done really well. He has come back from that injury just tremendously. Donald Buckram is 195 pounds now, so he is bigger. So we are solid there."
    on Aug 11, 2009 By: Mike Price Source: Seattle Post Intelligencer

  2. "We have Trevor coming back and Buckram ...... those people, their senior year, to be fair to them and also to give them a chance to maximize their senior year and give Mike the full five years of his recruiting class, I think that would be...
    on Nov 19, 2009 By: Bob Stull Source: SportingNews.com

  3. "The other two horses were a little bit more prestigious," said Zito yesterday. "The Cliff's Edge was behind a little bit more. Eurosilver [owned by Buckram Oak Farm] came out and won [an allowance at Gulfstream] Feb. 4. Birdstone came out...
    on Apr 29, 2004 By: Nick Zito Source: Boston Globe

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