Examples from the Web for bibliomaniac
"Doesn't look as though vacation agreed with you," said the Bibliomaniac.
His reputation as a bibliomaniac is fully recorded in the anecdote mentioned at p. 234, ante.Bibliomania; or Book-Madness|Thomas Frognall Dibdin
"But I do agree with the Bibliomaniac that our streets are far from perfection," he added.
"You may think you are very funny," retorted the Bibliomaniac.
“Oh, well, she could have pawned that instead of her wedding-ring,” sniffed the Bibliomaniac.The Genial Idiot|John Kendrick Bangs
British Dictionary definitions for bibliomaniac
Word Origin and History for bibliomaniac (1 of 2)
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]