[ deyt-boo k ]
/ ˈdeɪtˌbʊk /


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.

Origin of datebook Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019

Examples 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.

    Best Decade Ever|Reihan Salam|December 31, 2009|DAILY BEAST