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tear sheet

[ tair ]
/ tɛər /
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noun

a sheet or page torn from a magazine, journal, or the like, as one containing an advertisement and sent to the advertiser as proof of publication.

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Origin of tear sheet

First recorded in 1920–25
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British Dictionary definitions for tear sheet

tear sheet
/ (tɛə) /

noun

a page in a newspaper or periodical that is cut or perforated so that it can be easily torn out
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