in my book

in (one's) book

According to one's opinion, judgment, or values. In my book, it's worse to run away from a fight than to start one. You kissed a girl, even though you have a girlfriend. That's cheating in my book, dude. You proved you can handle yourself in a scrap. You're OK in my book, kid.
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in my book

In my opinion; from my perspective. In my book, playing with character is more important than winning. You're OK in my book, kid.
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in one's book

Fig. according to one's own opinion. He's okay in my book. In my book, this is the best that money can buy.
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in my book

in my opinion; to me.
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in (one's) book

In one's opinion: In my book they both are wrong.
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