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use "bookish" in a sentence

Neither do such stories jibe with their recollection of him as a bookish, quiet kid, his friends said.

He also leaked bookish gossip to Private Eye and wrote their 'Bookworm' column.

Lance was a bookish, paranoid boy,with a kind heart and keen wit.4.2521

He also became bookish, preferring reading to soldiering.19.358

Ueshiba was a rather weak, sickly child and bookish in his inclinations.

Connery enhanced the character, who wa

s conceived as more bookish.

A bookish man, he avoided society, and buried himself in his ample library.

Dear Daniel Dear Daniel is a smart, enterprising, bookish boy the same age as Kitty.

The one person who can h

elp him is little Maelys, a shy, bookish dreamer forced by duty to use Nish for an ignoble purpose.27.936

One of his postcards (featuring a bookish man and an embarrassed pretty woman sitting under a tree, with the caption: Do

you like Kipling?

Oltarsh was handsome in a bookish way with blond curly locks and trendy round glasses that framed his blue eyes.

Both were shunned by their family: she for her anxiety, he for being bookish and a “sissy

of sorts,” in his own phrase.

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