noun, plural pro·spec·tus·es.
- prospect heights,
- prosperity gospel,
Origin of prospectus
Examples from the Web for prospectus
Prospectus work is par excellence printers' folding, and so are such weekly papers as are still folded by hand.Women in the Printing Trades.|Various
It may have been an error, that the editors did not more fully elaborate their plan, in their Prospectus.
I have had many corrections to make to my Prospectus, which have taken much time.Audubon and his Journals, Volume I (of 2)|Maria R. Audubon
Attracted by the Prospectus and the picture, she walked over to Southfields directly after tea.The Combined Maze|May Sinclair
The Prospectus alluded to at page xi., was after the following form.The True History of Tom and Jerry|Charles Hindley
noun plural -tuses
Word Origin for prospectus
1765, from French prospectus (1723) and directly from Latin prospectus "view" (see prospect (n.)).