Word of the Day: LIBRARIOUS

from Latin librārius (concerned with books) + -ous

“…Garniston. Exactly, This is the illustration and the measure of what you rightly consider our progress in this matter. The acted Shakespearian drama, now attracts crowds of studious people.
Warnford. Or librarious people, at any rate. I don’t say it isn’t the same thing: only I prefer my own word…”

From: MacMillan’s Magazine
Vol. L, May 1884, to October
The Consolations of Pessimism: A Dialogue

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