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postie

noun pos·tie \ˈpōs-tē\

Definition of POSTIE

British

Examples of POSTIE

  1. <the sort of small Cornish village in which the local postie knows everyone's business>

Origin of POSTIE

by shortening & alteration from postman
First Known Use: 1871

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