Trip-book

Definitions

  • Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
    • ns Trip-book a book in which the records and accounts of the trip of a fishing-boat are made up and kept: Trip′-hamm′er, a large hammer used in forges, a tilt-hammer
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Etymology

Chambers's Twentieth Century Dictionary
M. E. trippen; cog. with Dut. trippen, trappen, to tread upon, trippelen, to trip, Sw. trippa, to trip.

Usage

In literature:

Of course I was pretty well dashed at finding Channing booked for the trip.
"Under the Country Sky" by Grace S. Richmond
Those ships were booked full for several trips ahead.
"In Africa" by John T. McCutcheon
Some would see books and leisure for self-improvement, a trip abroad.
"Pushing to the Front" by Orison Swett Marden
On his final trip he had a "first" book by a "first" author; it was an unusual book and had in it possibilities of a really great sale.
"The Building of a Book" by Various
Ross was vexed to have been snatched from his book for this fruitless trip to the station.
"The Heart of Arethusa" by Francis Barton Fox
She removed the pocket-book just as Goddard tripped over the dog.
"The Lost Despatch" by Natalie Sumner Lincoln
I brought some books with me on the trip, books that I'd always meant to read and never had the time.
"The Dope on Mars" by John Michael Sharkey
Some day we're going to make a special trip to take the books home.
"The Country Beyond" by James Oliver Curwood
The book tells of the canoe trip of the author and his companion into the great woods.
"Whispering Smith" by Frank H. Spearman
There was no end to the plans for ourselves, for my writing, our home, the friends we wanted, the trips, the books and the music.
"The Harbor" by Ernest Poole
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In poetry:

On the last trip we took, all the cabins were booked
And an old gent was joining at Cadiz
So I wired from the ship, "Better cancel the trip
Have just given berth to two ladies."
"The Sailor" by Billy Bennett

In news:

The Gambler singer has opened up about his drug use and abuse in new book Luck or Something Like it: A Memoir, and he reveals he feared one acid trip would never end.
MCC offers trip to see 'The Book of Mormon '.
Shawn Wilson wanted to book the longest trip of his life.
The upcoming Firefly Music Festival in Dover is close to selling out, but most hotel rooms across Kent County already appear to be booked as music fans consider making the trip.
The book's cover photo is of him hugging Kim Jong Un on his recent return trip.
The sudden shut down will impact 500 customers who had previously booked trips on the shuttle.
Let's take a literary trip to modern-day England and meet some of the town folk, who are drawn so realistically in these two books, you will think you know them.
I had to cancel a trip last spring, so I notified the travel agency I booked the flight through that I had to cancel.
7 trips you should never book online.
Angelina Jolie Books A Trip To Comic-Con.
Because there have been so few options for flights of late, I booked a 6AM on Thursday for the trip to the east coast.
World's biggest selling soprano Sarah Brightman books a trip to International Space Station.
But to me, learning to travel solo—and enjoying it—means more than just booking and taking a trip.
In the book, the Scream 3 star reveals she and 13 Playboy Playmates got high during a promotional trip to Hawaii and started making out with each other on a beach.
"I didn't plan the trip, at least thoroughly," Mike Freeman brags in the opening lines of his new book, "Drifting.
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