Definition of casebound in English:

casebound

Syllabification: case·bound
Pronunciation: /ˈkāsbound
 
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adjective

(Of a book) in a hard cover.
More example sentences
  • The contract has come at an opportune moment because we are in the process of building a new 6,000 ft factory behind our works, in order to expand our production capacity of casebound books.
  • Our book will be what is called a casebound book, which refers to the fact that the case will be covered before it is adjoined with the text block, as opposed to after, as in, e.g., fine binding.

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