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How to use note-book in a sentence. Note-book pronunciation.

The story is so full of disgressions, of remarks in mock apology addressed to the reader, of comparisons of the Russian people with other nations, of general disquisitions on realism, of glowing soliloquies in various moods, that the whole thing is a kind of colossal note-book.
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On the last day of 'cram,' she sat from morning to night in her comfortless little bedroom, bending over the smoky fire, reading desperately through a pile of note-books.
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I will make a prief of it in my note-book; and we will afterwards ork upon the cause with as great discreetly as we can.
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As for Ester, she prayed, in her clothes-press, thankfully for Dr. Douglass, more hopefully for Sadie, and knew not that a corner of the poor little letter which had slipped from Julia's hand and floated down the stream one summer morning, thereby causing her such a miserable, _miserable_ day, was lying at that moment in Dr. Douglass' note-book, counted as the most precious of all his precious bits of paper.
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I'll give you the address," and he picked up a note-book to write it.
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The following data concerning the natural history of the honey-making ant (_Myrmecocystus mexicanus_) are taken from my note-book.
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His note-book contains "nothing of general interest," says Knapp, except an imperfect outline of the journey, showing that he was at Oban, Tobermory, the Mull of Cantire, Glasgow, Perth, Aberdeen, Inverness, Dingwall, Tain, Dornoch, Helmsdale, Wick, John o'Groats, Thurso, Stromness, Kirkwall, and Lerwick.
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The Chief drew from his pocket a note-book which he consulted.
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Yet did I quote it in my note-book, et est unum bonum Achilles, a good defending argument.
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Hurriedly he fumbled for his note-book, and there, in that house of death, with his paper propped against the wall, he wrote a two-hundred-word description; a description so photographically exact that to this day it is preserved in the Buffalo police archives as a perfect model.
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He waved down my thanks with an air of cold but polite authority; took out his note-book and pencil; (I could have sworn to that massive gold pencil!) and proceeded to question me.
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I called for a demi-tasse and a cigar; then took out a note-book and pencil, assumed an air of profound abstraction, and affected to become absorbed in calculations.
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I took out my scout note-book and made believe to write things down.
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In July I opened my first note-book for facts in relation to the Origin of Species, about which I had long reflected, and never ceased working for the next twenty years.
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My first note-book was opened in July 1837.
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His note-book, in which are recorded sayings of his young children, shows his pleasure in them.
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In July opened first note-book on Transmutation of Species.
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We are enabled to form an opinion on this point from the note-books in which he wrote down detached thoughts and queries.
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I shall quote from the first note-book, completed between July 1837 and February 1838: and this is the more worth doing, as it gives us an insight into the condition of his thoughts before the reading of Malthus.
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When we turn to the Sketch of his theory, written in 1844 (still therefore before the second edition of the 'Journal' was completed), we find an enormous advance made on the note-book of 1837.
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Examples of Note-book

Example #1
Gogol poured into it all his observations, reflections, and comments on life.
Example #2
Even apart from its unfinished shape, it is characterised by that formlessness so distinctive of the great Russian novelists the sole exception being Turgenev.
Example #3
The motive of vanity no longer supported her; gladly she would have crept away into a life of insignificance; but the fee for the examination was paid, and she must face the terrors, the shame, that waited her at Burlington House.
Example #4
The week of Jessica's ordeal was now at hand.
Example #5
We three to hear it and end it between them.
Example #6
There is three umpires in this matter, as I understand: that is, Master Page, fidelicet Master Page; and there is myself, fidelicet myself; and the three party is, lastly and finally, mine host of the Garter.