Nonbook definition

nŏnbo͝ok
A book having little or no literary merit or substance, often published to exploit a fad.
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Of, relating to, or being something other than a book, such as microfilm or microfiche in a library.
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A book produced quickly and cheaply, typically a hastily assembled compilation of facts, photographs, etc., often published merely to take advantage of a current fad.
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That which is not a book.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
nonbook
Plural:
nonbooks

Origin of nonbook

  • non- +"Ž book

    From Wiktionary