[ UK /dˈe‍ɪbʊk/ ]
  1. a ledger in which transactions have been recorded as they occurred
  2. an accounting journal as a physical object
    he bought a new daybook
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How To Use daybook In A Sentence

  • In a daybook or journal, begin to keep a record of interesting character names and place names related to your community.
  • If this reader wants to be like Ink, she can begin by writing some short opinion pieces in a daybook.
  • During the 19th century account numbers began to replace slashes to indicate posting of daybook entries.
  • The daybook kept by Joshua Shipman, a cabinetmaker, records a brisk business between 1796 and 1803.
  • The oldest daybook I have dates back to 1963 when I used it to keep track of the money I made caddying at a local golf club.
  • The history of upper-class folk in the Old South is documented through journals, diaries, daybooks, and material possessions.
  • Robert has checked his daybook - his survey was at end Sept. 93.
  • The daybook entries of Potter and Allen in Oakham, Massachusetts, for example, include entries for moccasins, mats, and baskets in the 1830s.
  • It's all routine, all noted in my daybook, and much if not all of it has happened before.
  • his cogitations were dutifully recorded in his daybook
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