bibliophilistic
See bibliophilism.

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  • bibliophilistic — bib·li·oph·i·lis·tic …   English syllables

  • bibliophilistic — adjective see bibliophilist …   Useful english dictionary

  • bibliophile — bibliophilism, bibliophily, n. bibliophilistic, bibliophilic /bib lee oh fil ik/, adj. /bib lee euh fuyl , fil/, n. a person who loves or collects books, esp. as examples of fine or unusual printing, binding, or the like. Also, bibliophilist /bib …   Universalium

  • learned — adj 1. erudite, punditic, wise, sage, scholarly, knowledgeable, Archaic. intelligent of; cultured, literate, lettered, versed, well read, well informed, (usu. disparagingly) know it all, Archaic. studied; educated, well educated, well schooled,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • literary — adj 1. written, of writing, of books, of literature, of letters, of belles lettres; published, printed, in print, in black and white, of the printed word. 2. versed, well versed, conversant, well read, book learned, lettered, cultured, cultivated …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • scholarly — adj academic, scholastic, intellectual, highbrow, highbrowed, Inf. long haired, intelligent, Inf. brainy; studious, bookish, bibliophilistic, bibliophilic; ivory towerish, pedagoguish, professorial, pedantic. Inf. know it all; erudite, learned,… …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • bibliophile — /ˈbɪbliəfaɪl/ (say bibleeuhfuyl) noun a lover of books. Also, bibliophil /ˈbɪbliəfɪl/ (say bibleeuhfil), bibliophilist /bɪbliˈɒfələst/ (say biblee ofuhluhst). {French. See biblio , phile} –bibliophilism, noun –bibliophilistic, adj …   Australian English dictionary

  • bibliophile —   n. lover of books.    ♦ bibliophilic a.    ♦ bibliophilism, bibliophily, n. love of books.    ♦ bibliophilist, n.    ♦ bibliophilistic, a. a …   Dictionary of difficult words

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