Definition of book group in English:

book group

Syllabification: book group


  • A group of people who meet regularly to discuss books that all the members have read.
    More example sentences
    • Throughout the semester he will also be running a "Great Catholic Authors" book group.
    • There seemed to be a couple of boisterous book groups meeting there.
    • A group of friends who meet in a Manchester pub to discuss their favourite literature have been named the best-read book group in Britain.

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