A company that produces books, magazines, brochures and other texts in print or electronic form.(noun)
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Use "publishing house" in a sentence
"One day he learned that Mr. Elkins was associated with the publishing house of Harper and Brothers."
"To this end, a volume of poems, partly old and partly new, had been for some time in preparation, and in September 1807, it appeared from the publishing house of John Hatchard in Piccadilly."
"Alas, not only the title conspired to make sure that it remained one of the great secrets of 1969, the publishing house was sold just as the book came out, and as a result there was not one iota of publicity to help enlighten the world that my first book was available."