noun, plural pro·spec·tus·es.
Origin of prospectus
Related Words for prospectussyllabus, catalogue, announcement, list, conspectus, synopsis, program, design, plan, scheme
Examples from the Web for prospectus
Historical Examples of prospectus
Prospectus and References can be had on application to the Principal.
And he gave Ranny a copy of the Prospectus with a beautiful picture of the house on it.
But that was before they had seen the Agent and the Prospectus.
The Prospectus alluded to at page xi., was after the following form.The True History of Tom and Jerry
Preface to the Prospectus and quoted in the preface to the "Gallery."Tieck's Essay on the Boydell Shakspere Gallery
George Henry Danton
noun plural -tuses
Word Origin for prospectus
1765, from French prospectus (1723) and directly from Latin prospectus "view" (see prospect (n.)).