softcovered

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softcovered (not comparable)

  1. Having the sort of binding characteristic of a softcover book.
    • 1981, "Paperbacks: New and Noteworthy," New York Times, 25 Jan. (retrieved 14 Apr. 2009):
      Our reviewer Kai T. Erikson remarked that Michael Brown's book, updated for this softcovered edition, "does what good reporting should do—alert us, educate us, provide a focus for our apprehension, plainly and clearly."

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