Definition of Mailing-card
1. Noun. A card for sending messages by post without an envelope.
Generic synonyms: Card
Specialized synonyms: Lettercard, Picture Postcard
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mailing-card
Literary usage of Mailing-card
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. International Library of Technology: A Series of Textbooks for Persons by International Textbook Company (1909)
"A mailing card and folder of the same size and r of the same stock would cost ... A mailing card, on th hand, is usually printed on only one side of cheap ..."
2. The Commercial Year Book (1901)
"Earn card must U;ur these words at the top of the address side: "'Private Mailing Card— Authorized by Act of Congress of May 1! ..."
3. The Practical Colorist: A Pathfinder for the Artist Printer by Frederick Martin Sheldon (1900)
"PRIVATE MAILING CARD.—Many are under the impression that any large card is a " private mailing card," hence on page 84 is given a private mailing card ..."
4. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1907)
"oar f°r such tilings Something Rather New in a Mailing Card.— The mailing card shown in the accompanying illustration comes to us from James II. ..."
5. Brooklyn Daily Eagle Almanac (1918)
"All ranis bearing words "post card" or "private mailing card" which are not within the size above set forth shall be charged 2c. postage each. ..."
6. The Power of Advertising by A. O. Richardson (1913)
"As a means of keeping in touch with existing customers or approaching new ones, the mailing card provides an easy and inexpensive method for putting in some ..."