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album a book or binder with blank pages or empty pockets in which a collection can be inserted, as of photographs, stamps, or mementos. [1/3 definitions]
blue book in the United States, a blank, blue-covered notebook used during college examinations. [1/3 definitions]
checkbook a booklet of blank forms that can be used to pay out money from a bank account.
clean empty; blank. [1/12 definitions]
deadpan showing no emotion; blank and expressionless. [1/3 definitions]
double-space to type leaving a blank line after each line of text or copy.
flyleaf the blank sheet or leaf in the front or back of a book.
glassy of the eyes or facial expression, dull and blank; vacant. [1/2 definitions]
indent1 the blank space on a page formed by indenting. [1/7 definitions]
indention the blank space between a margin and an indented line or lines of text. [1/2 definitions]
interleaf an additional leaf or page, usu. blank, that is bound between other pages of a book, often for a reader to make notes on.
margin the blank space between written or printed matter and the edge of a page. [1/9 definitions]
notebook a book of blank pages.
planchet a small piece of blank metal onto which a coin will be stamped.
quad2 in printing, a piece of type that does not register, used for filling blank areas and spaces. [1/2 definitions]
single-space to type (copy) leaving no blank space between typed lines.
space bar a horizontal bar on a keyboard, as of a typewriter, that produces a blank space rather than a character.
tabula rasa anything, esp. the mind, that is considered to be blank and without impressions, until it is formed through experience.
triple-space to type (copy) on every third line, leaving two blank lines in between.
white with no printing; blank. [1/12 definitions]