paper[ pey-per ]SEE DEFINITION OF paper
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PAPER
I've got a New York paper giving an account of the whole thing.
He went over to the desk and began to scribble a name on the pad of paper.
Fouts, with a slip of paper in his hand, beckoned him from the door of his private office.
A broken kitchen knife had been thrust through a bit of the paper on the box.
The second paper of Mr. Gladstone upon the same subject was a sequel to the first.
But thou knowest their characters; and I will not therefore sully my paper with them.
He dashed the paper to the ground, and gave himself up to his madness.
In a paper on his books, it is permissible to end with a bookish anecdote.
"There is more here than you know," said Christopher, handing her back the paper.
Dirk wondered a little as to where the box of paper collars came from.