leather-bound

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leather-bound

[ˈleðəˌbaʊnd] ADJencuadernado en cuero
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All that was most sugared and musical and generally delusive in the old library of her fathers had been brought out to this little woodland library, and to that nucleus of old leather-bound poets and romancers, long since dead, yet as alive and singing on their shelves as any bird on the sunny boughs outside, my young lady's private purse had added all that was most sugared and musical and generally delusive in the vellum bound Japanese-paper literature of our own luxurious day.
It was an old leather-bound book filled with the record of his voyages and adventures.
At any moment, by an effort of his will, he could discern substances through their misty lack of substance, and convince himself that they were not solid in their nature, like yonder table of carved oak, or that big, square, leather-bound and brazen-clasped volume of divinity.
She frowned at the rows of leather-bound books opposite her.
It was an old leather-bound volume, smelling of a hundred voyages, very solid and very like the Bible, but enlivened with accounts of battles and sieges; and they read it nearly from cover to cover.
He had taken out of his pocket a small, stout, leather-bound volume, and Flambeau, looking over his shoulder, could see that it was some book of old travels, and had a leaf turned down for reference.
It is accompanied by three leather-bound scripts for the Star Wars trilogy given to its stars and signed by director George Lucas.
A leather-bound volume with gilded page edges and an inset ribbon bookmark, Les Miserables is a collector's edition of Victor Hugo's classic novel, and an excellent addition to both personal and public library collections.
The Roll of Gateshead Men Who Nobly Fell" is a large leather-bound book which lists men from the old borough of Gateshead who were killed in action, and its pages are now available to read online.
The black, leather-bound album, with gold tipped pages, was contained within a square leather brief case and had pictures of the wedding around the Marriott Hotel, St John's Gardens and St George's Hall.
Iglesias, who scored a 1984 hit with To All the Girls I've Loved Before, kept count in the leather-bound volume embossed with his initials.
The leather-bound book, embossed with the initials JI, listed "numerous numbers" including those of many of the world's top female celebrities.