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noun as in pamphlet

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We once traveled with an official yellow booklet listing various vaccinations including yellow fever and malaria that different countries required for entry.

Around 34,500 of her booklets have now been distributed across Los Angeles, San Francisco, and New York.

“Instagram was my only platform that I shared my booklets on when I first created it last year,” Lim told me via email.

The Flavor Pass booklet lists included restaurants and their offerings, the story behind each location, and how to redeem it in person or through takeaway.

Come up with your own recipes, or use the included air fryer recipe booklet.

Even better, let me download the entire CD booklet as a pdf.

As he dug through the boxes, lo and behold, there was a booklet with his birth certificate.

The movies will be based on a 42-page booklet that was released as part of a British charity campaign in 2001.

In the face of public criticism, Ronski claimed that he had not personally approved the booklet.

They matched the dark tones of the portraits in a show notes booklet, which was handed out to guests before the show began.

Every boy and girl should read this booklet so as to be forearmed against evils of the sort just described.

In this booklet the author points out a number of different kinds of "cures" and patent medicines.

There has been no attempt to cover the whole ground of destructive criticism in the brief compass of this booklet.

The officials of the organization dare not permit the booklet I saw to be generally circulated among their members.

His booklet of twenty-two pages, unsalable in his time, is to-day held worth far more than its weight in gold.


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On this page you'll find 16 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to booklet, such as: brochure, handbill, leaflet, circular, flyer, and handout.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.