Meaning of bibliophilic in English:


Pronunciation /bɪblɪə(ʊ)ˈfɪlɪk/


See bibliophile

‘Our publishers recognized this by publishing, simultaneously, a hard-copy version (which many libraries and bibliophilic readers still prefer) and a Web version, which will be updated two years hence.’
  • ‘At his lovely retirement village, with the help of many friends as well as family, we had a wonderful bibliophilic party.’
  • ‘His patient-centered teaching and his genteel, bibliophilic scholarship inspired later medical humanists.’
  • ‘Yet whenever the reader begins to tire of historical minutiae, the author throws in charming tidbits of bibliophilic lore.’
  • ‘Most of the work is small, but he breaks out of the bibliophilic scale in two ways.’