[leef-lit] /ˈlif lɪt/
a small flat or folded sheet of printed matter, as an advertisement or notice, usually intended for free distribution.
one of the separate blades or divisions of a .
a small leaflike part or structure.
a small or young .
verb (used with object), leafleted or leafletted, leafleting or leafletting.
to distribute leaflets or handbills to or among:
Campaign workers leafleted shoppers at the mall.
verb (used without object), leafleted or leafletted, leafleting or leafletting.
to distribute leaflets.
a printed and usually folded sheet of paper for distribution, usually free and containing advertising material or information about a political party, charity, etc
any of the subdivisions of a compound leaf such as a fern leaf
(loosely) any small leaf or leaflike part
to distribute printed leaflets (to): they leafleted every flat in the area
1787 as a term in botany; 1867 as a term in printing and publication; diminutive of leaf (n.)
A newspaperman asked the British authorities for a copy of the leaflets distributed in Germany by British airplanes. According to the London Daily Herald, his request was refused with the following answer: “Copies are not given out, as they might fall into enemy hands.” [“The Living Age” magazine, Sept. 1939-Feb. 1940]
A small leaf or leaflike part, especially one of the blades or divisions of a compound leaf.
noun 1. a type of lettuce having loosely clustered, often curled leaves that are sometimes tinged with red.
noun 1. any of the larvae of any of numerous insects, as moths of the family Gracilariidae, that live in and feed on the parenchyma of leaves. noun 1. any of various insect larvae that bore into and feed on leaf tissue, esp the larva of dipterous flies of the genus Philophylla (family Trypetidae) and […]
noun 1. a compost or layer of soil consisting chiefly of decayed vegetable matter, especially leaves.
- Leaf monkey
noun 1. another name for langur