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booksy

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Pronunciation: /ˈbʊksi
 
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Definition of booksy in English:

adjective

British informal
Having literary or bookish pretensions: our weekly journals are filled with book reviews or booksy gossip
More example sentences
  • Off the field, he's soft-spoken, looks like a booksy type of guy.
  • I'm an editor, writer and reviewer, passionate about all things booksy.
  • And it is also true that he is a good, hell-bent, cold-hearted writer, and his books are exciting and powerful and - if I may filch the word from the booksy ones - pulsing.

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