handbill handbill  /ˈhænd ˌbɪl/


  • (n) an advertisement (usually printed on a page or in a leaflet) intended for wide distribution


  1. The handbill urged citizens to write Government officials to voice their opposition.
  2. Inside was a Nazi handbill fearsomely vituperating the Government of Chancellor Dollfuss.


  1. Free & Equal moves their 'United We Stand' thing to Los Angeles

    So if you parked your car anywhere in the vicinity of Riverfest a couple of weeks back, you might have gotten a flyer tucked underneath your windshield wiper advertising some kind of vaguely political (or perhaps vaguely apolitical — it was hard to tell) event called "United We Stand" that was going to take place at Verizon Arena on June 22. According to the handbill, the event was organized by ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Arkansas Times

  2. Flier tells Precision Castparts workers they could have new 'casa' in Mexico if they unionize

    The unsigned handbill says workers may be taking siestas and shooting tequila instead of taking breaks and drinking Bud.
    on June 7, 2013     Source: The Oregonian

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