1. characteristic of or characterized by or noted for bibliomania
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  • To our no small surprise, very soon after this quietus had been given to bibliomaniacal hopes, the books in question appeared before us in excellent condition. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 97, November, 1865
  • Such a nice bibliomaniacal fancy must have delighted Dibdin; and as he was at one time librarian at Althorpe, he doubtless was the medium of bestowing this charm upon the binding of his own work for his friend. The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 16, No. 97, November, 1865
  • He retired to his bibliomaniacal bed, but not to repose. Book-Lovers, Bibliomaniacs and Book Clubs
  • Connell, in particular, outlines how bibliomaniacal self-indulgence threatened the ideological sleight-of-hand that invited Britons to understand others 'private properties as part of the common stock of the national heritage, and to understand gentlemanly book collectinglike that of Jane "Wedded to Books': Bibliomania and the Romantic Essayists
  • Writing to Egbert, Archbishop of York, of whose bibliomaniacal character and fine library we have yet to speak, Boniface thanks that illustrious collector for the choice volumes he had kindly sent him, and further entreats Egbert to procure for him transcripts of the smaller works Bibliomania in the Middle Ages
  • These works may now be considered as great bibliomaniacal curiosities. The Teesdale Angler
  • The impressions long remained limited; and continual use and subsequent neglect accomplished between them the task of creating the modern bibliographical and bibliomaniacal schools. The Book-Collector A General Survey of the Pursuit and of those who have engaged in it at Home and Abroad from the Earliest Period to the Present Time
  • Then, too, while our membership is entirely homogeneous in bibliomaniacal spirit, it is so scattered over such a vast expanse of territory that only a small percentage of the members would be able to enjoy club-room privileges; even those within easy reach of such rooms would probably not frequent them enough to justify any considerable expense in maintenance. Book-Lovers, Bibliomaniacs and Book Clubs
  • The same auspicious fate that prompted those bibliomaniacal monks to hide away manuscript treasures in the cellars of their monasteries, inspired Poggio Bracciolini several centuries later to hunt out and invade those sacred hiding-places, and these quests were rewarded with finds whose value cannot be overestimated. The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac
  • We should not flatter ourselves that the enjoyment of the delights of bibliomania was reserved to one time and generation; a greater than any of us lived many centuries ago, and went his bibliomaniacal way, gathering together treasures from every quarter, and diffusing every where a veneration and love for books. The Love Affairs of a Bibliomaniac
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