a receptacle or one of a series of pigeonholelike slots, as in an office, into which incoming mail is placed for pickup.
(mainly US & Canadian) a receptacle or chute for mail
A place or address where one can receive mail clandestinely (1959+)
[mahy-ley, -lee, mah-ee-ley] /ˈmaɪ leɪ, -li, ˈmɑ iˌleɪ/ noun 1. a vine, Alyxia olivaeformis, of Hawaii, having small yellowish flowers and fragrant foliage: a traditional lei plant of Hawaii.
[meyld] /meɪld/ adjective 1. clad or armed with : a mailed knight. [meyl] /meɪl/ noun 1. letters, packages, etc., that are sent or delivered by means of the postal system: Storms delayed delivery of the mail. 2. a single collection of such letters, packages, etc., as sent or delivered: to open one’s mail; to find […]
noun 1. superior force, especially military force, when presented as a threat: The country showed its mailed fist in negotiations. 2. brutal or naked power, especially coercive force: the mailed fist hidden in the velvet glove.
[mey-ler] /ˈmeɪ lər/ noun 1. a person who or prepares material for . 2. a container, as a or protective envelope, for papers, books, merchandise, etc. 3. an advertising brochure, form letter, or the like, sent out in the . 4. . 5. Archaic. a mailboat. [mey-ler] /ˈmeɪ lər/ noun 1. Norman, 1923–2007, U.S. writer. […]