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bookshelf in Furniture topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishbookshelfbook‧shelf /ˈbʊkʃelf/ ●●● S3 noun (plural bookshelves /-ʃelvz/) [countable]  DHFa shelf that you keep books on, or a piece of furniture used for holding booksbookcase
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bookshelfThere was a telephone, a chair upholstered in worn, black leather and bookshelves full of faded dusty books.Who am I to deny the power of the carved pebble on my bookshelf?Sagging plank bookshelves covered most of the walls, with papers and magazines scattered over all the flat surfaces.He said bookshelves and pictures flew from the walls at the governor's mansion.He has also rigged up a special bookshelf a table turned upside down-for his top-bunk bed where he keeps his current books.He could give himself time to think this over, he reasoned, by swiveling around to face the bookshelves.A recommended addition to the bookshelf for reference purposes.Or you could line the walls with bookshelves from waist-level, with cupboards underneath to provide storage and serving space.