ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PUNCTUATION QUIZ
Words nearby booker
Definition for booker (2 of 2)
- the customers served by each registered representative in a brokerage house.
- a loose-leaf binder kept by a specialist to record orders to buy and sell stock at specified prices.
- a set of rules, conventions, or standards: The solution was not according to the book but it served the purpose.
- the telephone book: I've looked him up, but he's not in the book.
verb (used with object)
verb (used without object)
- to study hard, as a student before an exam: He left the party early to book.
- to leave; depart: I'm bored with this party, let's book.
- to work as a bookmaker: He started a restaurant with money he got from booking.
Origin of book
OTHER WORDS FROM book
Example sentences from the Web for booker
Each step of the way, Booker has thrived on the philosophy that your actions matter more than what you preach.
Booker plans to spend his Thanksgiving dinner with CBS correspondent Gayle King and their families.
In the fall of 1992, Booker became a vegetarian “as an experiment,” he said, “and I was surprised by how much my body took to it.”
“I want to try to live my own values as consciously and purposefully as I can,” Booker told me in a phone interview.
Most recently, Booker announced on Twitter that he would be going vegan, at least until the end of the year.
The mysterious body of freshmen moved off in the darkness toward the Booker Memorial Chapel.The Rival Pitchers|Lester Chadwick
When Mr. Booker commenced the temporary building, the site selected was part of an open field.The Church Index|William Pepperell
Among the large company of poor students, it would almost seem that Booker Washington was the poorest.From Slave to College President|Godfrey Holden Pike
She had not expected to effect much through Mr. Booker's instrumentality.The Way We Live Now|Anthony Trollope
The older of these, Booker, has already mastered the brick-maker's trade at Tuskegee.Up From Slavery: An Autobiography|Booker T. Washington
British Dictionary definitions for booker
- a written work or composition, such as a novel, technical manual, or dictionary
- (as modifier)the book trade; book reviews
- (in combination)bookseller; bookshop; bookshelf; bookrack
- enrolled as a member
- registered or recorded
- to charge with every relevant offence
- to inflict the most severe punishment on
Word Origin for book
Idioms and Phrases with booker
see balance the books; black book; bring to book; by the book; closed book; close the books; cook the books; crack a book; hit the books; in one's book; in someone's bad graces (books); judge a book by its cover; know like a book; make book; nose in a book; one for the books; open book; take a leaf out of someone's book; throw the book at; wrote the book on.