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exercise book

a booklet or book having exercises pertaining to a school subject and blank space for practice. Unabridged
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  • The exercise-book which he used for instruction in thorough-bass in 1784 is now in the Imperial library at Vienna.

  • Miriam shyly and rather bitterly produced her exercise-book.

    Sons and Lovers David Herbert Lawrence
  • Nor were his thoughts in line with the swingeing sentences he had just been writing in the exercise-book.

    Angela's Business Henry Sydnor Harrison
  • Agatha, by a quick movement, possessed herself of Louise's exercise-book.

    Regiment of Women Clemence Dane
  • And Miss Winter opened a French exercise-book, certainly containing anything but elegant specimens of penmanship.

    The Daisy Chain Charlotte Yonge
  • Alice had the minute-book, which was an exercise-book that had not much written in it.

    The Wouldbegoods E. Nesbit
  • Had Claudia been so careless as to leave it inside her exercise-book?

  • A good maxim, truly, but for all that the damsel did not write it down in her exercise-book.

    Pretty Michal Mr Jkai
  • As the editor usually has to copy all the contributions into the exercise-book, it is well that a good writer should be chosen.

  • I come into the second-best parlor after breakfast, with my books, and an exercise-book and a slate.

British Dictionary definitions for exercise-book

exercise book

a notebook used by pupils and students
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