notebook

Part of speech: noun

A book in which to enter memoranda.

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Usage examples "notebook":

  1. He asked me if it would be safe to take anything down in his notebook, and when I promised to protect him he wrote three pages. - "At Good Old Siwash", George Fitch.
  2. Having arrived at this decision, he replaced his notebook in his coat pocket, knocked the ashes out of his pipe, and went to bed. - "The Hampstead Mystery", John R. Watson.
  3. The secretary takes his place in the comfortable chair that has been provided for him, with notebook and pencil in hand and at least one pencil in reserve. - "The Book of Business Etiquette", Nella Henney.