Stacks of pamphlets.
A flyer providing information about a politician's beliefs or a leaflet advertising a new vacuum cleaner are examples of a pamphlet.
- a small, thin, unbound book made up of sheets of paper stapled or stitched together and usually having a paper cover
- something published in this form, usually on some topic of current interest
Origin of pamphletMiddle English pamfilet ; from Old French Pamphilet, diminutive of Medieval Latin Pamphilus, short for Pamphilus, seu de Amore, Pamphilus, or on Love, title of 12th-c. Medieval Latin amatory poem
- An unbound printed work, usually with a paper cover.
- A short essay or treatise, usually on a current topic, published without a binding.
Origin of pamphletMiddle English pamflet, from Medieval Latin pamfletus, from Pamphiletus, diminutive of Pamphilus, amatory Latin poem of the 1100s, from Greek pamphilos, beloved by all : pan-, pan- + philos, beloved.
- A small booklet of printed informational matter, often unbound, having only a paper cover.
From New Latin panfletus (“small, unbound treatise")