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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His bio, published in our program booklets that night, was larded with publicist’s overkill, as almost all bios in music are. Jay Nordlinger, National Review, "Mozart & Co.," 30 Aug. 2019 The agenda booklet for the meeting said that the district has been having trouble recruiting and retaining custodial workers. Elliott Lapin, Houston Chronicle, "Huffman ISD approves raises for all custodial workers," 29 Aug. 2019 After looking in her Royal Air Force booklet and excitedly peeking over the balcony in anticipation of the next plane to pass by, Charlotte lost her balance and started to fall backward. Erin Hill, PEOPLE.com, "The Real Reason Princess Charlotte Adorably Stuck Out Her Tongue at Will and Kate’s Sailing Event," 21 Aug. 2019 My booklet has been used to promote discussions by educators and religious leaders and distributed by doctors’ offices. Abigail Van Buren, Twin Cities, "Dear Abby: Parents unsure how to begin having ‘the talk’ with son," 17 July 2019 The cost of a ticket booklet for Thursday Night Out, which this season began May 24 and occurs every Thursday through Aug. 30, has increased by $4, from $16 to $20. 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 Fear Inoculum was only sold in two formats: a digital download and a limited-edition CD, which was physically packaged with a 4-inch HD screen and exclusive video footage, a speaker and a 36-page booklet. Keith Caulfield, Billboard, "Tool's 'Fear Inoculum' Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard 200 Chart With Biggest Week For a Rock Album in Over 1 Year," 8 Sep. 2019 The theme of both the pastries and the booklet is nostalgia. Amy Scattergood, latimes.com, "The Pastry Action Network may be the new world order of bake sales," 27 June 2019 New York state countered these booklets with posters in Yiddish -- but botched the translation so badly that parts of it are incomprehensible. Elizabeth Cohen, CNN, "As New York struggles to undo the lies of anti-vaxers, moms step in to help," 10 June 2019

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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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