(of a book) Bound in stiff paper or flexible cardboard,
(of a book) Bound in stiff paper or flexible cardboard
A book bound in stiff paper or flexible cardboard
(of books) having a flexible binding
paperback book: a book with paper covers
Paperback, softback or softcover describe and refer to a book by the nature of its binding. The covers of such books are usually made of paper or paperboard, and are usually held together with glue rather than stitches or staples. ...
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(Paperbacked) When the back of a frame is covered with a protective sheet of paper.
A book bound with flexible paper covers; usually a term reserved for mass-market publications.
A paperbound book, also called "softcover". Paperbacks come in two types: trade and mass market. Trade paperbacks are the higher end model, printed on better quality paper and larger in size. A common trim size for trade paperbacks is 6" X 9". ...
Books bound with a flexible, stress-resistant, paper covering material. (see: binding)
A softcover book. Also called paperbound.
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A book generally defined as a flat back book with a paper cover that is usually, but not always, of a heavier stock than that used for the leaves of the publication itself.
Books in paperwraps published since the 1930’s, although it can describe any book with a paper cover.
1. small inexpensive book bound in a paper cover. The first US paperback was printed in 1831. Today the term generally refers to [mass market paperbacks] published from about 1935 to the present. Usually abbreviated pbk, but also pb, ppb, pap, pbe, pc, pp, or ppr. 2. ...
A soft cover Book (ie bendable cover), common for mass fiction novels.