Hardcover



[hahrd-kuhv-er] /ˈhɑrdˈkʌv ər/

noun
1.
a book bound in cloth, leather, or the like, over stiff material:
Hardcovers are more durable than paperbacks.
adjective
2.
bound in cloth, leather, or the like, over stiff material:
a hardcover series.
3.
noting or pertaining to hardcover books:
hardcover sales.

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