Crossword clues for looseleaf
The Collaborative International Dictionary
looseleaf \loose"leaf`\, loose-leaf \loose"-leaf`\(l[=oo]s"l[=e]f`), adj. having rings that open and close permitting insertion and removal of pages; -- of notebooks and binders and the paper used in them; as, a looseleaf notebook; looseleaf paper.
a. Consisting of loose leaf (pages), often collected in a binder, rather than being bind like a book or stapled.
adj. being or having leaves that can be easily removed or rearranged; "loose-leaf paper"; "a looseleaf notebook"
Usage examples of "looseleaf".
I carefully removed a fresh piece of looseleaf paper from the middle of my notebook, and took my special cartridge pen from my purse.
It turned out to be a classified looseleaf binder whose title sent Angelo's eyebrows high.
Rkhard riffled through a looseleaf binder on his desk and stopped when he got to a certain page.
He put down the looseleaf binder and went to the bookshelves, rolled the ladder along their length and climbed up, select.
He put down the looseleaf binder and went to the bookshelves, rolled the ladder along their length and climbed up, selecting a book about projected climatalogical changes as the result of heat and temperature inversion.
Squires shot him a puzzled look as he scooted closer on the bench and looked down at the oversize looseleaf binder.
The title given is the one written on the cover of the looseleaf binder in which these notes were kept prior to their appearance here.
He pulled out a sheaf of papers and folders, shuffled through them quickly and gave Jesus a looseleaf binder filled with plastic windows.
An old Kodak of Sheila wiggling in the halls of Trades High with a looseleaf binder under her arm.
They're larcenous, but a looseleaf notebook two inches thick is out of their class.
One student even dropped his looseleaf notebook which opened and sent its contents wafting down into the pit.
There had been a mysterious reference found in a looseleaf notebook in an Air Force Intelligence in.
Phoebe clamped her pen between her teeth and flipped through the looseleaf notebook she had used in her computer class.
He looked at the digital readout, checked the freek against a dog-eared looseleaf notebook hung beside his console.
One of his hands clutched a small looseleaf notebook from which the pages had been ripped.