green-ink letter

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English[edit]

Noun[edit]

green-ink letter (plural green-ink letters)

  1. A letter (to a politician, the editor of a newspaper, etc.) expressing eccentric views, often characterized by prolixity and written in long hand, but not necessarily in green ink.

References[edit]

Michael Quinion, "Green-ink letter", URL accessed on 24 April 2012.