Definition of casebook in English:

casebook

Syllabification: case·book
Pronunciation: /ˈkāsˌbo͝ok
 
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noun

US A book containing a selection of source materials on a particular subject, especially one used as a reference work or in teaching.
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  • Fair enough, as I hardly penalize students for reading and referencing material not contained in the casebook.
  • But with the new edition of the casebook, I decided to do something that I hope will be more helpful to my adopters.
  • Again we have a casebook of rhyme and off-rhyme: Abraham/ram; lamb of God/sanctified; Voice/price.

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