[ US /ˈhɑɹdˌbæk/ ]
[ UK /hˈɑːdbæk/ ]
  1. a book with cardboard or cloth or leather covers
  1. having a hard back or cover
    hardback books
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How To Use hardback In A Sentence

  • His second book came out in hardback last month.
  • Some are important reference books; some are expensive hardbacks; some were presents.
  • A novelist blurbed the hardback: ‘She'll take you farther from home than you ever dreamed you'd go.’
  • His second book came out in hardback last month.
  • Smaller shelves for hardback fiction. Times, Sunday Times
  • All books are in good condition, hardbacks as well as paperbacks.
  • Publishers are betting that we consumers will not notice this decline in hardback quality but that we will note the closing price gap between discounted hardbacks and regularly priced paperbacks.
  • Our hardbacks are all sewn, on quality papers, with a variety of covers: you can choose book cloth, full leather, or quarter- and half-bound editions of leather and hand marbled paper.
  • For Bittman fans, it's a good approach to a cookbook: an enormous hardbacked monster of a book, 1000 recipes from everywhere, and especially useful if you've got ingredients but no specific direction you want to go. Sunday is Food Day: Vichyssoise
  • Companies that care about the packaging often liken themselves to book publishers, who know a small number of people will pay a premium price for a hardback. Times, Sunday Times
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