ream[ reem ]SEE DEFINITION OF ream
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REAM
"If you're so hungry, help yourself to a ream of fish-wafer," snapped Sayre.
One letter from you would do her more good than a ream of mine.
Mary returned to the pony, and Richard to his ream, which he was cutting into sermon-paper.
Perhaps so; but if I have tired you, it is more than you could do by me, were you to fill a ream of paper.
They give a better picture of the condition of society, than a ream of notes.
The sum he eventually paid for the paper was 25 roubles (£1) a ream!
I suppose that in England or in France the ream consists of 500 sheets?
Gave Father a ream of paper, and he gave me Emerson's picture; so both were happy.
So I'm going to write you a ream, Matilda Anne, whether you like it or not.
Fly-leaves should be made of white book paper, 80 pounds to the ream, guarded with jaconet on both sides.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR REAM
- a lot
- great deal