The private notebook in which one is supposed to keep telephone numbers and details of potential and actual sex partners; secret record (1940s+)
The clergyman for the last time took his little black book from his pocket, and satisfied himself that his speech was still in it.
When she had finished it, she took up the little black book.
He had his little black book under his wing, and as soon as he saw the little rabbit he lighted on a bush and turned to page 23.
The Bible was the little black book you kissed in the police courts.
Miss Mackenzie bent forward and made some notes in a little black book which she held upon her lap.
Undoubtedly the little black book had something to do with Perreira's death.
Then he turned over the thin pages of the little black book till he came to another address.
The superintendent drew from his pocket a little black book, such as is carried by every police officer in London.
The page drew his sword; but the knight took a little black book and aimed it at the volcanic heads.
He watched her go, sick inside, and the last he saw was the hand she held up, waving the little black book at him!