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OTHER WORDS FROM bibliotaphbib·li·o·taph·ic [bib-lee-uh-taf-ik], /ˌbɪb li əˈtæf ɪk/, adjective
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How to use bibliotaph in a sentence
Two interesting types of maniac are known respectively as the bibliotaph and the biblioclast.
The bibliotaph buries books; not literally, but sometimes with as much effect as if he had put his books underground.
The most genial lover of books who has walked city streets for many a day was a bibliotaph.
The dog-in-the-manger bibliotaph is the worst; he uses his books but little himself, and allows others to use them not at all.
The Bibliotaph was mightily pleased with both: the one, he said, appealed to him æsthetically, the other dietetically.