Examples from the Web for chapbook
A cave man is fun to be engaged to and keep a record about in your chapbook––but when you marry him it is a different matter.The Gorgeous Girl|Nalbro Bartley
The reappearance of the chapbook synchronized with that, and is closely related with it.Studies of Contemporary Poets|Mary C. Sturgeon
It is evidently a reprint of a chapbook of the time of Charles II., as appears from many allusions.The History of Signboards|Jacob Larwood
The account of these wonderful happenings was published in the form of a chapbook, and obtained a large circulation.
Chiefly from a Chapbook Life, written apparently shortly after his death.Yorkshire Oddities, Incidents and Strange Events|S. Baring-Gould
British Dictionary definitions for chapbook
Word Origin and History for chapbook
also chap-book, 1824, shortened from chap(man) book, so called because chapmen (see cheap) once sold such books on the street. A modern word for a type of old book.