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postal service

noun as in mail

noun as in pony express

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noun as in post

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noun as in post office

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Example Sentences

The U.S. Postal Service charges $15.45 to mail a large box to a military base in Afghanistan.

The claim is that they “unjustly enriched” themselves while damaging the image of the U.S. Postal Service.

In 1920, the United States Postal Service announced it would begin a coast-to-coast route.

Few large organizations have been as deeply impacted by the rapid rise of technology as the United States Postal Service.

This man will get a job at the Postal Service, “pretty high up.”

Sir Francis worked his way up to high rank in the Postal Service, which was something to be proud of.

It was a long time before I realised and learned to allow for the slowness of the postal service.

A postal service had been introduced only the year before, and letters took at least three months to come from England.

In 1663, the English government began to see the necessity for a postal service between England and its colonies in America.

Neale's patent did not give him power to set up a postal service, and fix his charges without regard to the will of the people.


On this page you'll find 27 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to postal service, such as: communication, letter, package, parcel, post, and postcard.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.