Definition of pamphlet in English:

pamphlet

Line breaks: pamph|let
Pronunciation: /ˈpamflɪt
 
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noun

A small booklet or leaflet containing information or arguments about a single subject: he published a spate of pamphlets on the subjects about which he felt strongly
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  • Booklets and information pamphlets will also be handed out and emergency personnel will be on hand to answer any questions.
  • Print marketing covers a wide range of options, from point of sale booklets to direct mail pamphlets.
  • It also runs education programmes and staff hand out information pamphlets.
Synonyms
brochure, leaflet, booklet, circular, flyer, handbill, handout, bill, notice, tract; North Americanmailer, folder; North American & Australiandodger

verb (pamphlets, pamphleting, pamphleted)

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Distribute pamphlets to: a handful of heritage-minded citizens who pamphleted their neighbours
More example sentences
  • Members will also be pamphleting school communities about the public education issue.
  • Do you remember every household in Britain being pamphleted with an anti-terror booklet?
  • Discussion, of this armchair variety, is even provided for in the Constitution (ie the use of public spaces for protests, pamphleting, discourse and the engagement of all sorts of ideas.)

Origin

late Middle English: from Pamphilet, the familiar name of the 12th-century Latin love poem Pamphilus, seu de Amore.

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