guest book

Main Entry:  guest book
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  a book in which visitors to an institution, lodging, or event may write their names, addresses, and any remarks
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The electronic equivalent of the physical notebooks found in some small hotels, in which visitors can write their names, comments and suggestions for the benefit of the proprietors and future visitors or purely for posterity. The electronic version is a form on a web site into which users can enter similar details for display on the site.
(2009-01-15)

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