commonplace book definition

  • noun:
    • an individual log by which quotable passages, literary excerpts, and responses are written.
    • a personal notebook or record where souvenirs, quotations etc had been written
    • a book for which files are constructed of items to be remembered.
    • a novel for which things specially become remembered or labeled are recorded methodically.
    • a notebook in which you enter memorabilia
    • A personal journal by which quotable passages, literary excerpts, and reviews are written.
    • an individual notebook or diary by which souvenirs, quotations etc were written
    • a book where records are constructed of things to be remembered.
    • a novel in which things specially is remembered or referred to are recorded systematically.
    • a notebook in which you enter memorabilia

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