book club

noun
1.
a company or other organization that sells books to its subscribers, often at a discount and usually through the mail.
2.
a club organized for the discussion and reviewing of books.
Also called, especially British, book society.


Origin:
1785–95

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book club
 
n
a club that sells books at low prices to members, usually by mail order, esp on condition that they buy a minimum number

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Example sentences
Public libraries are usually an excellent source of information on local book
  clubs, and often host book club meetings themselves.
And it's on wheels so when the book club comes over you can whisk it away to
  the garage.
These kits were originally sold through a book club and were not available to
  the general public.
Then, she wrote down her experience and the stories of her students
  demonstrating how a book club can be an act of sedition.
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