scrapbook

[ UK /skɹˈæpbʊk/ ]
[ US /ˈskɹæpˌbʊk/ ]
NOUN
  1. an album into which clippings or notes or pictures can be pasted
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How To Use scrapbook In A Sentence

  • Liadan questions her boyfriend as she shifts the picture around the page of her scrapbook.
  • What better way to capture the entire event than by scrapbooking the event into a bound book that will last for decades?
  • Scrapbooks crammed with yellowed reviews overflow on to sheets the color of daffodils, a salmon satin blanket cover.
  • She would come home from school, play with her dog, then go through old scrapbooks with pictures of her family: on holiday and at weddings, and just snapshots in general.
  • He made us laugh, he knocked us dead, and then there was the scrapbook, with its pages full of letters, pictures, signatures.
  • Most scrapbookers don't know what kerning or leading are and how to adjust them accordingly.
  • It's the creation of a family history, albeit one that lines the walls rather than the torn, hidden pages of scrapbooks and photo albums.
  • My mum now keeps a scrapbook of all my cuttings and my dad has all the episodes taped.
  • It was some kind of scrapbook, stuffed to the brim with photos, letters, and newspaper clippings.
  • His niece lives in Barnoldswick and still has a scrapbook of his original cuttings from the Herald.
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