covered in leather, as a book
A leather-bound copy of the 1999 Budget of the United States of America.
And then I found a little library abaft the smoking-room full-up with leather-bound books that nobody wanted to read.
The warm, leather-bound bank-book now reposed in his pocket.
Miss Armstrong, seated now at a small desk, produced a leather-bound book and fountain-pen.
I could say, kind of careless; ‘If I was you, I'd take a leather-bound.’
As he spoke his hand reached out mechanically and drew the leather-bound box toward him.
She took a leather-bound volume of Byron from the kitchen drawer.
Not much of a find after all—nothing but a leather-bound book resembling a diary in appearance.
All leather-bound books had tight backs until about a hundred years ago, when the hollow back came into general use.
As soon as Master Sean was presented he removed a small, leather-bound folder from his belt pouch and proffered it to the priest.