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stylebook

[ stahyl-book ]
/ ˈstaɪlˌbʊk /
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noun
a book containing rules of usage in typography, punctuation, etc., employed by printers, editors, and writers.
a book featuring styles, fashions, or the rules of style.
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Origin of stylebook

First recorded in 1700–10; style + book

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British Dictionary definitions for stylebook

stylebook
/ (ˈstaɪlˌbʊk) /

noun
a book containing rules and examples of punctuation, typography, etc, for the use of writers, editors, and printers
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