letterhead

noun
let·​ter·​head | \ ˈle-tər-ˌhed \

Definition of letterhead

1 : stationery printed or engraved usually with the name and address of an organization also : a sheet of such stationery
2 : the heading at the top of a letterhead

Examples of letterhead in a Sentence

We changed the design of our letterhead. They sent her a letter printed on company letterhead.

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The government in Skopje will have a five-year grace period to implement practical changes, such as altering official letterhead, and changing passports and car license plates. Konstantin Testorides, The Seattle Times, "Macedonia’s name change – what does the country have to do?," 28 Jan. 2019 Many things in Macedonia will have to change, from passports to government letterhead to schoolbooks. Konstantin Testorides, The Seattle Times, "Macedonia’s name change – what does the country have to do?," 28 Jan. 2019 In the case of House Democrats, the thing that gives members the willies isn’t the idea of Pelosi holding a gavel or having a nice office or getting to use the speaker’s special letterhead. Matthew Yglesias, Vox, "House Democrats don’t need a leader, they need someone to represent them on TV," 20 Nov. 2018 The royals have started to use a joint monogram in official letterheads. Eileen Reslen, Town & Country, "Here's Your First Look at Prince Harry and Meghan Markle's Joint Royal Monogram," 26 July 2018 An Atlanta Municipal Court Judge spent thousands in public money on lavish gifts, a party hosted by former Mayor Kasim Reed and luxurious stationery, including gold-seal letterhead. Dan Klepal, ajc, "Atlanta judge spends lavishly on gifts, stationery and party invites," 11 July 2018 The guest list is exclusive, but Michael crafted a request for an invitation on his professional letterhead and sent it to Kensington Palace. Hillary Davis, latimes.com, "Newport couple get a royal send-off for plan to take in Britain's big wedding," 16 May 2018 These identifiers are generally found on items such as village letterhead, apparel, the village website, equipment, banners etc. Genevieve Bookwalter, chicagotribune.com, "Lincolnwood looking to take up village rebranding effort," 14 May 2018 The statement released today also revealed Meghan's new letterhead: the letter M topped with a crown, the same as the coronet on her coat of arms. Caroline Picard, Good Housekeeping, "How Meghan Markle's Coat of Arms Compares to the Middletons'," 25 May 2018

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First Known Use of letterhead

1841, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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letterhead

noun

English Language Learners Definition of letterhead

: the name and address of an organization (such as a company) that is printed at the top of a piece of paper used for writing official letters also, US : paper that has the name and address of an organization printed at the top

letterhead

noun
let·​ter·​head | \ ˈle-tər-ˌhed \

Kids Definition of letterhead

: the name and address of an organization that is printed at the top of a piece of paper used as official stationery

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