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interleaf

Line breaks: inter|leaf
Pronunciation: /ˈɪntəliːf
 
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Definition of interleaf in English:

noun (plural interleaves)

An extra page, typically a blank one, between the leaves of a book.
Example sentences
  • The album has pages with matts and so doesn't require interleaves to protect the prints.
  • The use of interleaves between album pages dramatically improves the appearance of your collection.
  • The album is supplied with 3 velvet covered pages and 3 heavy, fully transparent interleaves.

Words that rhyme with interleaf

aperitif, beef, belief, brief, chief, enfeoff, fief, grief, leaf, Leif, lief, Mazar-e-Sharif, misbelief, motif, naif, O'Keeffe, reef, seif, Sharif, sheaf, shereef, sportif, Tenerife, thief

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