A printed and stitched guide containing only a few leaves a pamphlet an individual sheet collapsed to help make four pages
- a small guide often having a paper address
- an imprinted and stitched guide containing just a few leaves; a pamphlet.
tiny book or magazine containing pictures and information on an item or service.
1748, "pamphlet; brief written work stitched together," from French brochure "a stitched work," from brocher "to stitch" (sheets collectively), from Old French brochier "to prick, jab, pierce," from broche "pointed device, awl" (see broach (letter.)).
Publication consisting of one folded page, or several pages stitched together but not bound. Used mainly for advertising purposes. See also booklet.
(v. t.) A printed and stitched book containing only a few leaves; a pamphlet.
This brochure brought him into bad odour at court, and he left the war office on half-pay, and was refused a command in the field at the outbreak of the Franco-German War.