a book or binder of blank, often ruled, pages on which to write, especially one used by students to take notes in class.
a book in which promissory notes are entered, registered, recorded, etc.
Digital Technology. a small, lightweight laptop computer.
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How to use notebook in a sentence
I filled my notebook with great Walker quotes, and headed back to Manhattan to write up the piece.GameStop futures rally again. Should investors worry? | Bernhard Warner | February 3, 2021 | Fortune
Physically, they’ll resemble existing notebooks, according to the report’s sources, but they’ll see the return of MagSafe, the dedicated magnetic charging interface that Apple used prior to switching power delivery over to USB-C on its laptops.Apple said to be planning new 14- and 16-inch MacBook Pros with MagSafe and Apple processors | Darrell Etherington | January 15, 2021 | TechCrunch
Setting aside his notebook, he found himself vomiting as he helped cover the bodies of 80 dead South Vietnamese.Neil Sheehan, N.Y. Times reporter who obtained Pentagon Papers and chronicled ‘Bright Shining Lie’ of Vietnam, dies at 84 | Harrison Smith | January 7, 2021 | Washington Post
The librarian’s gift of a little notebook and a sharpened pencil began his writer’s journey.Gary Paulsen tells his own survival story in ‘Gone to the Woods’ | Mary Quattlebaum | January 5, 2021 | Washington Post
Harriet, notebook in hand, soon begins to “spy” on everyone – from her neighbors to her schoolmates.
And always the same tagline: “From the author of The notebook.”
Why are melodramas like The notebook derided for being unrealistic, while Godzilla gets lauded as the best of the year?
In short, The notebook asks you to be weak so you can be brave.
Since The notebook premiered ten years ago, Nicholas Sparks has become a genre unto himself.
What Star Wars was to little boys in the summer of 1977, The notebook was to me.
"Excuse me, Sir, I saw it myself from the road at the back and came straight round," said he with his notebook ready.
"I think I'll have to take your name," I told him, fishing out a pencil and a notebook—just to see what he would do.The Wreckers | Francis Lynde
I threw apart, but still did not remove my coat, and Archie took up my notebook and read as he stood.In Accordance with the Evidence | Oliver Onions
I buttoned my coat, put the notebook into my pocket, and briefly recapitulated what I had told him.In Accordance with the Evidence | Oliver Onions
I swallowed, and took out my notebook and pencil, and laid my pocket slide rule in front of me.The Professional Approach | Charles Leonard Harness
British Dictionary definitions for notebook
a book for recording notes or memoranda
a book for registering promissory notes
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