booklet

noun
book·let | \ˈbu̇k-lət \

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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For yummy recipes with anti-aging benefits, check out the free downloadable booklet Eat to Look & Feel Younger, from the editors of Good Housekeeping. Cristina Mueller, Redbook, "Erase Your Skin Spots," 21 June 2013 The last price increase came with the 2015 season, when the ticket booklet went from $12 to $16. Caitlin Mullen, chicagotribune.com, "Thursday Night Out ticket booklet prices go up; organizers cite zero-waste efforts, higher costs for Oak Park event," 26 May 2018 The Tanko projection booklet handed out to council members states that in the first year of changing over to LED, South Euclid could save a cumulative $171,820. Jeff Piorkowski/special To Cleveland.com, cleveland.com, "South Euclid council considers switch to LED street lighting; move could save taxpayers money," 3 May 2018 Admission is free for children 4 years old and younger and seniors 65 and older, according to the booklet. David Anderson, The Aegis, "Gov. Hogan to attend second annual Governor's Cup Taekowndo competition at HCC," 30 Mar. 2018 Perhaps there was too much coverage of the FTC booklet. refinery29.com, "We Have A Few Questions About Melania Trump's "Be Best"," 8 May 2018 The secretary’s appearance came a day after her agency released a booklet describing problems with the transportation system and outlining the administration’s plan. Mark Niquette, Bloomberg.com, "Chao Says All Options on Table to Fund Trump’s Infrastructure Plan," 6 Mar. 2018 In 2013-14, the last year TPWD’s public hunting program operated under a system that used a printed booklet and mail-in applications, the program offered about 4,800 permits and drew just under 50,000 applications. Shannon Tompkins, Houston Chronicle, "Lottery-like public program offers expanded Texas hunting opportunities," 30 June 2018 The booklet also has information about registering for camps and classes. Christina Hyder, Howard County Times, "Keeping cool at local pools on the hot days of summer [North Laurel/Savage]," 21 June 2018

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First Known Use of booklet

1856, in the meaning defined above

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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 \

Kids Definition of booklet

: a little book usually having paper covers and few pages

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