exercise book

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  1. a booklet or book having exercises pertaining to a school subject and blank space for practice.

Origin of exercise book

First recorded in 1810–20

Words Nearby exercise book

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How to use exercise book in a sentence

  • And Miss Winter opened a French exercise-book, certainly containing anything but elegant specimens of penmanship.

    The Daisy Chain | Charlotte Yonge
  • Anna quickly took out of a table-drawer a thin exercise-book, ten pages, no more, and held it out to Aratov.

  • I may show it to Jonathan some day if there is in it anything worth sharing, but it is really an exercise book.

    Dracula | Bram Stoker
  • But hardly any boy could have been set to write five consecutive lines of Latin, not taken from the exercise book.

  • Presently Hansie came with her contribution, a thick exercise-book and a couple of pencils.

    The Petticoat Commando | Johanna Brandt

British Dictionary definitions for exercise book

exercise book

  1. a notebook used by pupils and students

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