One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
From beginning to end of a book or magazine.‘it's a book to be read from cover to cover’
- ‘One need not read the books from cover to cover to benefit from their findings.’
- ‘I did not read the book from cover to cover, but I spent time flipping through its pages.’
- ‘I enjoy your articles, and I usually read the magazine from cover to cover.’
- ‘He took the rule book, read it from cover to cover, and then forgot all about it.’
- ‘Read whole books from cover to cover without interruptions’
- ‘I bought that magazine, read it from cover to cover, then subscribed.’
- ‘I can't remember the last time I read a book from cover to cover.’
- ‘One person at least does seem to have read this book from cover to cover.’
- ‘It is certainly not a book to read from cover to cover.’
- ‘I read this book from cover to cover within a day.’
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