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postcard

noun as in letter

noun as in line

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noun as in mail

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The union is responding to Prospect’s claims with a postcard that is being mailed this week to 4,000 state opinion-makers.

They needed to pay for postcards letting people know they could vote absentee–or, in some states, to mail ballots to every voter.

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As it turns out, while a Nobel Peace Prize nomination is a bit trickier than simply sending a guy in Norway a postcard with someone's name on it, it's not much trickier than that.

For four days, we fished, ate and chilled in a postcard setting.

Atlanta’s CBS affiliate, WSB-TV, reported that Raffensperger’s son passed away in 2018 but received postcards from the New Georgia Project encouraging him to register to vote.

Send a postcard to PostSecret and your deepest thoughts could end up on a blog.

There was a retro print postcard of her face printed on every single product.

No, the difference between the postcard and the real thing is immeasurable.

The caption reads “I figured this would be a good postcard to send home.”

Now and then, a postcard would arrive with a curt message, typed on a manual typewriter.

Later, a good deal later, when the picture postcard was invented, Howell did rather well out of that too.

Vonnie made good her threat and two weeks after the quarrel Peter received a picture postcard of a giant redwood.

Occasionally he would send me a postcard between the letters.

When you are at home, please will you send me a postcard with a picture of London?

How glad I am that I can get a pretty postcard for each of the other girls!

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On this page you'll find 60 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to postcard, such as: card, communication, dispatch, invite, kite, and line.

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

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