hardback : Definition, Usages, News and More
- n a book with cardboard or cloth or leather covers
- s having a hard back or cover
- Ixtlan is a hardback bestseller, and its paperback sales, according to Castaneda's agent Ned Brown, will make its author a millionaire.
- G spot is for the new book about that odd finding, published amid considerable commercial hubbub: a first printing of 150,000 hardback copies by Holt, Rinehart and Winston, and .
- The first issues of "Tom Strong" have been collected in hardback.
News & Articles
- Prince Philip leaves hospital after surgery
LONDON — Britain's Prince Philip was discharged from a London hospital on Monday, 10 days after undergoing exploratory surgery on his abdomen. Philip, also known as the Duke of Edinburgh, smiled and shook hands with medical staff as he walked steadily from the London Clinic, clutching a thick hardback book. Buckingham Palace said Philip was "in good condition and good spirits." The husband of ...
June 17, 2013 - Boston Herald
- Jack Handey in FOXNews
It does feel like an accomplishment, kind of going to the adults table with a hardback cover,Handey said in a recent interview. "It does feel like, OK, this is playing with the big boys."
- Elizabeth Edwards in Charlotte Observer
The hardback version ended with an intact family,Elizabeth Edwards said of her decision to add a chapter to the book. "To make it honest, the next chapter had to be present."
- Andrew Crumey in Mail & Guardian Online
I was apprehensive when I first heard,Crumey said. "A hardback has prestige and everyone likes to have that on their shelf. But I'm pleased now that my friends will be able to afford to buy it rather than waiting a year."