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biblioklept

[ bib-lee-uh-klept ]
/ ˈbɪb li əˌklɛpt /
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noun
a person who steals books.
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Origin of biblioklept

1880–85; biblio- + Greek kléptēs thief; see kleptomania
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How to use biblioklept in a sentence

  • This sentence has naturally caused us to reflect on the ethical character of the biblioklept.

    The Library|Andrew Lang
  • Shall we say, then, that the Robustious Philistine is the worse citizen, while the Biblioklept is the worse man?

    The Library|Andrew Lang
  • There is a thievish nature more hateful than even the biblioklept.

    The Library|Andrew Lang
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