mailer

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mail +‎ -er

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mailer (plural mailers)

  1. One who sends mail.
    • 2009, Robert Bly, 88 Money-Making Writing Jobs (page 133)
      Large and frequent mailers may send material on a monthly basis to their house lists, test acquisitions several times a year to drum up new donors, and perhaps do a few special appeals on top of that.
  2. A computer program that sends electronic mail.
  3. A packet or container designed for postal use.
    The cassette came in a brown paper mailer.
  4. A mailshot; advertising sent by mail.
    • 1957, Printers' Ink (volume 260, page 43)
      Lasky Co., Newark (N. J.) printer, has been using a direct-mail campaign slanted toward this problem. Latest mailer, an oversized post card, has on the address side a colorful drawing of a bird perched on top of a sign post.
    • 1982, NHFA's CompetitivEdge (volume 56, page 71)
      Do they recall your latest mailer? Did you ever sell an armoire through ads on hard-rock radio? Find out with low-cost "intercept" surveys of customers as they leave the store.

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mail +‎ -er

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mailer

  1. to email (send an email)

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