On bookmarks and voter-instruction sheets, Spanish-speaking voters were told Election Day was Nov. 8—instead of Nov. 6.
The previous two London Olympics—1908 and 1948—are bookmarks in the rise and fall of the British Empire.
Many important deliberations take place about mats, pin-cushions, and bookmarks.
to record the location (URL) of a favorite Web site to allow quick access in the future
She bookmarked several news pages for reading them each morning.
computing; bookmarked, bookmarking; bookmark n
To make a note of something, mentally or in writing •Fr the bookmarking of Web pages