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Synonyms for mail

postal service

post

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Synonyms for mail

the system whereby messages are transmitted via the post office

a conveyance that transports the letters and packages that are conveyed by the postal system

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any particular collection of letters or packages that is delivered

send via the postal service

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cause to be directed or transmitted to another place

References in classic literature ?
Once more, the Dover mail struggled on, with the jack-boots of its passengers squashing along by its side.
The last burst carried the mail to the summit of the hill.
There was scarcely a mail that did not bring him some bulletin of discouragement or defeat.
Railroad companies offered Vail a salary that was higher and sure, if he would superintend their mail business.
The Bombay Mail," says Captain Hodgson, and looks at his watch.
The Antwerp Night Mail makes her signal and rises between two racing clouds far to port, her flanks blood-red in the glare of Sheerness Double Light.
When I get back with the mail, I'll head that way so fast you-all won't see my trail for smoke.
For all you know, the next mail may bring a letter from him.
I have just received through the mail a Ietter from him, posted, evidently, but a short hour before he hurled himself into eternity.
If the mail boat doesn't run, I presume there will be something else we can charter.
Bute Crawley just arrived by the mail from Hampshire, and wants some tea; will you come down and make breakfast, Miss?
Maturin's advertisement Daily Mail might suit you earnestly beg try will speak if necessary "
Now, in this piece of waste ground, there was, at that time, an enclosure belonging to some wheelwright who contracted with the Post Office for the purchase of old, worn-out mail coaches; and my uncle, being very fond of coaches, old, young, or middle-aged, all at once took it into his head to step out of his road for no other purpose than to peep between the palings at these mails--about a dozen of which he remembered to have seen, crowded together in a very forlorn and dismantled state, inside.
By an arbitrary ruling of the Post Office, these editions were decided to be not the regular circulation of the paper, and for that reason were denied admission to the mails.
They come a racing out of Lad Lane and Wood Street at twelve or fourteen mile a hour, them Mails do.