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Definition of "bookman" [book•man]

  • One who held bookland. (noun)
  • A studious or learned man; a scholar; a student; one who is more familiar with books than with men and things. (noun)
  • One who sells or publishes books; a bookseller. (noun)

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Use "bookman" in a sentence
  • "Take the word bookman, B-O-O-K-M-A-N, change one letter in it and rearrange the result to name a famous person who wrote books."
  • "I said take the word bookman, B-O-O-K-M-A-N, change one letter in it, and rearrange the result to name a famous person who wrote books."
  • "My bookman is a fab cook and makes a mean cup of coffee and I can knit you warm woolly socks."