booklet

noun
book·​let | \ ˈbu̇k-lət How to pronounce booklet (audio) \

Definition of booklet

: a little book especially : pamphlet

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Examples of booklet in a Sentence

This booklet describes how to set up the DVD player. there's an instruction booklet next to the computer

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The script purports to be by Mr. Cheung, Jeremy Craig Cheung and Jay Davis, but as the plot description should indicate, there’s a good chance the three of them took turns copying it from a fifth grader’s composition booklet. Jeremy Cheung, New York Times, "Review: ‘Future World,’ With James Franco, Is Present-Tense Wretchedness," 25 May 2018 The program is coming under fire not only for a lack of detail, but for a cyberbullying booklet that seems to have been copied from an Obama-era Federal Trade Commission document. refinery29.com, "Melania Trump Announces Children's Issues Campaign," 7 May 2018 The city apparently doesn't keep CCFA records, or any documentation of them, though the Artists-in-Residence, Chicago: 1977-1981 booklet mentions specific CCFA projects, including, briefly, Eda's. Jeff Huebner, Chicago Reader, "What ever happened to the King Memorial Mural at 43rd and Langley?," 24 Apr. 2018 Each visit comes with a booklet introducing the 35 species represented at the cafe, as well as a laminated photo of you with one of the birds at the end of your visit. Davey Young, Condé Nast Traveler, "What to Do in Akihabara: Our Guide," 5 Mar. 2018 For their edification, the company published booklets of simple instructions and recipes. Moira Hodgson, WSJ, "‘Jell-O Girls’ Review: They Broke the Mold," 13 Sep. 2018 The front page of her memorial booklet was adorned with one. Robert Downen, Houston Chronicle, "'She was so full of light': Santa Fe victim Angelique Ramirez laid to rest," 26 May 2018 LeBas asked why the Department of Health had not produced the booklet yet. Maria Clark, NOLA.com, "4 anti-abortion bills approved by Louisiana House committee," 4 Apr. 2018 Eliminating test booklets and answer sheets provides greater security from test theft, a serious concern after major cheating scandals in the United States and abroad. Liz Moore, New York Times, "For the ACT and the SAT, Pencils No Longer Required, but Sometimes Necessary," 5 Apr. 2018

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First Known Use of booklet

1856, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of booklet was in 1856

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booklet

noun

English Language Learners Definition of booklet

: a book with only a few pages that contains information on one subject

booklet

noun
book·​let | \ ˈbu̇k-lət How to pronounce booklet (audio) \

Kids Definition of booklet

: a little book usually having paper covers and few pages

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