Interleaf
Interleaf In"ter*leaf`, n.; pl. {Interleaves}. [See {Interleave}.] A leaf inserted between other leaves; a blank leaf inserted, as in a book. [1913 Webster]

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  • interleaf — /in teuhr leef /, n., pl. interleaves / leevz /. an additional leaf, usually blank, inserted between or bound with the regular printed leaves of a book, as to separate chapters or provide room for a reader s notes. [1735 45; INTER + LEAF] * * * …   Universalium

  • interleaf — 1. noun /ˈɪntəliːf,ˈɪntɚliːf,ɪntəˈliːf,ɪntɚˈliːf/ a) A leaf, often of tissue paper or other thin paper, inserted between the pages of a book to protect illustrations. If you stack high columns of these boxes without using interleafs theyll fall… …   Wiktionary

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  • interleaf — in·ter·leaf || ɪntÉ™rliːf / ɪntr n. blank page inserted between the pages of a book …   English contemporary dictionary

  • interleaf — noun (plural interleaves) an extra page, typically a blank one, between the leaves of a book …   English new terms dictionary

  • interleaf — in·ter·leaf …   English syllables

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