- a pamphlet or leaflet.
Origin of brochure
Related Words for brochurehandbill, booklet, handout, leaflet, pamphlet, flyer, advertisement, folder, circular
Examples from the Web for brochure
Contemporary Examples of brochure
Similarly the Kapture is “an audio-recording wristband for saving and sharing what was just said,” according to its brochure.We are Living in the Golden Age of the Most Narcissistic and Voyeuristic Tech Imaginable
Charles C. Johnson
January 18, 2014
The paintings' compositions represent the "tasteful" combinations the brochure suggests for different rooms in a modern house.Tinted Love
October 4, 2013
The brochure, I later learned, was not for breast augmentation‚ but breast reconstruction.I’m 25 and I Have the Angie Gene
May 15, 2013
Signing up for a class or just grabbing a brochure is enough.Zodiac Beast: April 24-30
Starsky + Cox
April 23, 2011
Historical Examples of brochure
Which of these fair creatures on the wall was the proprietor of this brochure?
The brochure was translated into French by M. Alidel, Paris.Mysterious Psychic Forces
"Here, here," replied Henry, as he searched his bosom for the brochure.
She showed the number on the brochure to her phone and then started to order.Makers
I realized that I had done nothing to the brochure I was writing since lunch.Aliens
- a pamphlet or booklet, esp one containing summarized or introductory information or advertising
Word Origin for brochure
Word Origin and History for brochure
1748, "pamphlet; short written work stitched together," from French brochure "a stitched work," from brocher "to stitch" (sheets together), from Old French brochier "to prick, jab, pierce," from broche "pointed tool, awl" (see broach (n.)).