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Definition of "song-book" [song-book]

  • A collection of songs or other vocal music forming a book or volume; specifically, a hymn-book. (noun)
  • In the Anglo-Saxon church, the portass or breviary. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "song-book" in a sentence
  • "An example of clinical paranoia directly from the Beck (aka The Cowardly Lion) song-book."
  • "The congregation was singing lustily from their Lutheran song-book, when someone spotted a snake track."
  • "They would suddenly find a different song-book to sing from"