a small printed notice, advertisement, or announcement, usually for distribution by hand.
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How to use handbill in a sentence
Doran stated that he was the author of the handbill distributed in Everett prior to the attempted meeting of November 5th.The Everett massacre | Walker C. Smith
He went on with a long, rambling tale about making a mistake in printing the handbill.The Penal Cluster | Ivar Jorgensen (AKA Randall Garrett)
Promptly on Monday Dr. Willis issued a handbill offering $200 reward for the recovery of his runaway.
The doctor, having examined the handbill, said that the lady was quite right, and pointed significantly to the bag of money.After Dark | Wilkie Collins
He pulled a big red handbill out of his pocket and unfolded it.Fore! | Charles Emmett Van Loan
British Dictionary definitions for handbill
a small printed notice for distribution by hand
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