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classbook

[ klas-book, klahs- ]
/ ˈklæsˌbʊk, ˈklɑs- /
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noun
a book kept by a teacher recording student attendance, grades, etc.
a souvenir book of a graduating class, containing photographs, articles, etc.
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Origin of classbook

An Americanism dating back to 1825–35; class + book
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How to use classbook in a sentence

  • I think I have got more help as an author from going a-fishing than from any textbook or classbook I ever looked into.

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