A printed sheet or pamphlet distributed by hand.(noun)
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Use "handbill" in a sentence
"Note 12: Perry, Haight-Ashbury, 125; the handbill is replicated in Emmett Grogan, Ringolevio: A Life Played for Keeps, (Boston: Little, Brown, 1972), 247."
"The "handbill" was a fair-sized poster announcing the production at the"
"His handbill on the subject is rightly criticized as too lawyerly by Burlingame, who elegantly points out:"