a stand, booth, or stall at which books are sold, usually secondhand.
British. a newsstand.
Historical Examples

Three Men on the Bummel Jerome K. Jerome
The Pagan Madonna Harold MacGrath
English Caricaturists and Graphic Humourists of the Nineteenth Century. Graham Everitt
The Foolish Lovers St. John G. Ervine
The Man Upstairs P. G. Wodehouse
One Day’s Courtship Robert Barr
What You Can Do With Your Will Power Russell H. Conwell
The Book-Hunter in London William Roberts
Mysterious Mr. Sabin E. Phillips Oppenheim
The Whirlpool George Gissing

a stall or stand where periodicals, newspapers, or books are sold US word newsstand


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