handbill

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Etymology 1[edit]

From hand +‎ bill(cutting instrument).

Noun[edit]

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handbill (plural handbills)

  1. A pruning hook.
  2. A chopping instrument; billhook

Etymology 2[edit]

From hand +‎ bill(sheet of paper).

Noun[edit]

handbill (plural handbills)

  1. A loose printed sheet, to be distributed by hand.
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