datebook

[ deyt-boo k ]
/ ˈdeɪtˌbʊk /

noun

a printed notebook for listing appointments, making entries of events, etc., often with printed headings or lines for each day of the year and for the hours of the day.

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Origin of datebook

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Example sentences from the Web for datebook

  • At first, the iPhone was a way for people to cram a cell phone, iPod, and datebook in the slender pockets of your skinny jeans.

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