Origin of bookmaker
OTHER WORDS FROM bookmakerbookmaking, noun, adjective
How to use bookmaker in a sentence
He could, however, be a racketeer specializing in bookmaking, gambling, drug dealing, and assorted other crime.
His Procrustes, from the collector's point of view, is entirely logical, and might be considered as the acme of bookmaking.
Only in Paris could the work of bookmaking be done that would fill Humboldt's ideals.
This work was to outstrip anything in bookmaking the world had ever seen, dealing with similar subjects.
Aside from its great theme lucidly discussed the book deserves to be upon every library table as a superb specimen of bookmaking.
"I was telling the fellows to-day some of the things you told me about early bookmaking, Dad," remarked Paul.Paul and the Printing Press|Sara Ware Bassett