an album in which pictures, newspaper clippings, etc., may be pasted or mounted.
a book or album of blank pages in which to mount newspaper cuttings, pictures, etc
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As an obsessive scrapbook journal-keeper, he had been staring his idea in the face.
Today a thick scrapbook filled with yellowed newspaper clippings from that time sits high on a shelf in his office.
He turns away from the scrapbook and leans back into the overstuffed couch.
It would have been better if the picture had stopped right there, put away in a scrapbook or a top desk drawer.
He shows me a scrapbook with snapshots of enormous heaps of rat's tails.
Make a scrapbook to remember trips and activities.
Create a scrapbook of your photos with different sections devoted to each culture you have identified.
Create a real travel brochure or a scrapbook of a place you have visited.
Repurpose smaller pieces in scrapbook projects or cover light-switch and outlet covers with them.
What you get in the end is a global scrapbook of personal and collective history.
He was holding a large scrapbook, and he opened it to a page of lined paper, covered with handwriting in blue ink.
The feature offers users a visual personal history that is similar to a digital scrapbook or vanity license plate.
Putting together an attractive travel scrapbook gives you an organized way to share your trip with family and friends.
It's one social network, one part digital scrapbook and one part browser bookmark bar.
It's one part social network, one part digital scrapbook and one part browser bookmark bar.
Scrapbook suppliers pile up in private equity firms.