Part of speech: noun

A printed work stitched or pasted, but not bound; a brief treatise or essay.

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Usage examples "pamphlet":

  1. June 1935 cumulative pamphlet. - "U.S. Copyright Renewals, 1962 July - December", U.S. Copyright Office.
  2. There is nothing in the theory that the book is a political pamphlet, or that it contains a moral purpose. - "The Student's Companion to Latin Authors", George Middleton Thomas R. Mills.
  3. These proceedings seem to lean a little hard upon Lord Bellamont, who thought himself so touched thereby, that he published a justification of himself in a pamphlet, after Kidd's execution. - "The Pirates Own Book", Charles Ellms.