It was only in this brief later period that he was a "bibliomaniac" or a lover of Horace or a student of the old English ballads.
His book had selected the bibliomaniac Faustinus as a patron.
"Yes, a little; but it didn't amount to much," returned the bibliomaniac.
But it is time to gratify the bibliomaniac with something more to his palate.
In addition to the title of a poet, Canute has also received the appellation of a bibliomaniac.
Well, there is no arguing with such a bibliomaniac as yourself, Lorenzo.
"You certainly have good business sense," put in the bibliomaniac.
If a man spends lavishly on his library, you call him mad—a bibliomaniac.
"That must have been what the bibliomaniac had taken," he added, turning to the genial gentleman who occasionally imbibed.
"We are getting back to the common-sense again," said the bibliomaniac.
1816; see bibliomania.
A bibliomaniac must be carefully distinguished from a bibliophile. The latter has not yet freed himself from the idea that books are meant to be read. [Walsh]