book-lover

Related to book-lover: Bibliophily, Bibliophiles, Bibliophiliac
Translations

book-lover

[ˈbʊkˌlʌvəʳ] Nbibliófilo/a m/f, amante mf de los libros
References in classic literature ?
He had declined three dinner invitations in favour of this feast; but though he turned the pages with the sensuous joy of the book-lover, he did not know what he was reading, and one book after another dropped from his hand.
One short afternoon is enough for any two book-lovers, though they may have met for the first time in the morning, to make up their minds whether or not they have been born for each other.
I can reassure Meic Stevens and any other book-lover making for the Eisteddfod in St Davids that should they be blown off course they will find two excellent bookshops in Fishguard, one of which ``Siop DJ'', bears the name of one of the town's more famous past inhabitants.
The book-lovers will definitely enjoy it due to its witty and humorous style of narration of not only his own experiences of life but also of each and every body among ourselves.
ISLAMABAD -- Almost a century and a half old Rawalpindi Municipal Library (RML), located in country's fourth largest city, has finally attracted attention of authorities concerned after a prolonged negligence and is being reconstructed by the Rawalpindi Municipal Corporation (RMC) to facilitate book-lovers.
In a press release issued here, it was stated that the book-lovers have been taking keen interest in it and appreciating the good effort of the Foundation in dissemination of Urdu literature with respect to Naa't poetry.
Mohsin Hamid's 'Exit West' has been praised by critics and book-lovers alike.
Amidst a flurry of food, beverages, hardcovers and softcovers, a dozen book-lovers bonded over their passion for the written word at Nando's in Hyatt Plaza Mall.
At this Weekly Book Mela the students, book-lovers and people from all walks of life availed the opportunity of purchasing book of their choices at handsome discount from 15% to 55%.
Special sessions being organised to allow book-lovers to share their views on participating authors' titles
A record number of young book-lovers have signed up to the summer reading challenge, the Reading Mission, for the six-week holidays.
The library, which encourages people to write reviews of books to print in its newsletter, wants to hear off other book-lovers to come forward with their suggestions.