well-thumbed

well-thumbed

adj
(Literary & Literary Critical Terms) (well thumbed when postpositive) (of a copy of a book) having the pages marked from frequent turning
Translations

well-thumbed

[ˌwelˈθʌmd] ADJ [book] → muy usado, manoseado; [pages] → manoseado

well-thumbed

[ˌwɛlˈθʌmd] adj (book, magazine) → consumato/a dall'uso
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The book drew my attention not only for its rather peculiar name but also because it was leather-bound, looked old and well-thumbed.
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The actual contacts book, well-thumbed and years old, can actually be more nostalgic than any of the cards we might receive.
A few well-thumbed, illustrated magazines lay in a tumbled pile on a table.
It's among the least well-thumbed books in existence.
I stared with undisguised incredulity at her animated face, as she extolled the virtues of the well-thumbed book.
So whether you used to buy a copy yourself, read it over a stranger's shoulder at the bus stop, or have a glance at a well-thumbed edition passed around the pub, have a drink to remember the Pink.
Jackie The Musical revisits those heady days, and tells the story of a 50-something divorcee who revisits her stash of well-thumbed Jackie magazines for the same reason she first read them nearly 40 years ago - for advice on how best to navigate the opposite sex.
All contained in the well-thumbed pages of his highly acclaimed novels which have been known to bring readers as well as the literary world out in a sweat.
Men with well-thumbed copies of the Racing Post and women with gin who also knew the course backwards.
Upon my wooden shelves, well-thumbed and early age'd
This is great news for the Great North Air Ambulance, so we're urging people to come down and hand over some of their well-thumbed classics so we can raise even more.