PO’CKETBOOK. n.s.

PO'CKETBOOK. n.s.

PO’CKETBOOK. n.s. [pocket and book.] A paper book carried
in the pocket for hasty notes.
Licinius let out the offals of his meat to interest, and
kept a register of such debtors in his pocketbookArbuthnot.
Note down the matters of doubt in some pocketbook, and
take the first opportunity to get them resolved. Watts.

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