Definition of foldout
: a folded leaf in a publication (such as a book) that is larger in some dimension than the page a foldout map
Examples of foldout in a Sentence
The book includes special maps in the form of foldouts.
The book includes foldout maps.
Recent Examples of foldout from the Web
The three big foldout posters are even chic enough for design snobs to consider hanging on a nursery wall, once the matching stickers have been (carefully) stuck.
A septuagenarian uncle from Mannheim, who was visiting for the weekend, was snoring on a foldout couch in the sparsely furnished living room.
The student and the teacher faced each other on plain black foldout chairs.
To save money, Schumer slept in the living room, on a foldout couch.
So the White House decided to forgo the main doorway in favor of a smaller exit in the belly of the aircraft equipped with its own foldout stairs.
In the dirt with the foldout tables under the tent fabric.
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Definition of foldout for English Language Learners
: a large folded page in a book or magazine
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