hardbound hardbound


  • (adj) having a hard back or cover



  1. At intervals, hardbound collections of some of Cheever's short fiction appeared, sold tastefully and then went out of print.
  2. I love a good hardbound book, but if we're ever going to move on from pulped-tree matter, Sony is looking in the right direction.
  3. If Italians had invented Facebook, it would have been a tactile work of art: hardbound, with glossy pages, offering glimpses of supremely stylish natives amid their glamorous lives.


  • Hard-Cover Catalog on Precision Motion Control Technology Launched by PI

    PI's new hardbound catalog covers most PI and PI miCos precision positioning product lines, from long travel motorized linear translation stages to six-axis parallel positioning systems and from miniature piezo flexure nanopositioning stages to high-speed ceramic linear motors along with the associated drivers and motion control electronics. The 2014 hard cover catalog on precision motion ...
    on July 16, 2013     Source: PRWeb


  1. "Traditional hardbound textbooks are adopted in six-year cycles, so as soon as they are printed, then the next six years you don't get the latest information," said Governor Schwarzenegger while explaining the initiative. "So digital...
    on Jun 11, 2009 By: Arnold Schwarzenegger Source: WebWire (press release)

  2. "I started keeping a journal over 40 years ago, and so established the habit of writing longhand," Mamet said. "Virtually everything I've written since -- plays, screenplays, nonfiction and novels -- existed first in hardbound lined notebooks...
    on Apr 17, 2007 By: David Mamet Source: Bloomberg

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