[sawng-boo k, song-]
- a book of songs with words and music.
Origin of songbook
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Examples from the Web for songbook
She immediately immersed herself in a classical Arabic songbook.Boston Irish Girl Jennifer Grout Is The Unexpected Star Of ‘Arabs Got Talent’
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So saying, he gave her a songbook which he had picked up at the Bell.
In the evenings "Singsongs" are arranged, and hundreds of thousands of a popular Christian songbook have been sold.With our Fighting Men
William E. Sellers
Perhaps some of Luther's Songs might as well have been omitted, but they are all translated that the Songbook might be a whole.Rampolli
And let macLonan's Songbook be given to me, that I may understand the sense of the poems that are in it.
Word Origin and History for songbook
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