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Definition of "book-making" [book-making]

  • The business of printing and binding books. (noun)
  • The writing and publishing of books; the act of compiling books. (noun)
  • The act or practice of making a book on a race or other doubtful event. See extract under book-maker, 3. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "book-making" in a sentence
  • "Ryan: I've had the comic book-making disease since forever."
  • "Just Imagine, Chelmsford, organise author events and book-making sessions."
  • "This tour of Arion Press in San Francisco showcases one of the last traditional book-making facilities in the United States where all the processes take place under one roof: the hot metal type foundry, letterpress printing facility, and hand bookbinding studio."