letterhead

noun
let·​ter·​head | \ ˈle-tər-ˌhed How to pronounce letterhead (audio) \

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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But the core of Mitchell's more legalistic claims is summarized in a four-page letter sent to Twin Galaxies Monday on the letterhead of Manning & Kass, Ellrod, Ramirzer, Trester LLP. Wired, "Ex-Donkey Kong Champ Threatens to Sue Over Record Removal," 15 Sep. 2019 But the core of Mitchell's more legalistic claims is summarized in a four-page letter sent to Twin Galaxies Monday on the letterhead of Manning & Kass, Ellrod, Ramirzer, Trester LLP. Kyle Orland, Ars Technica, "Former Donkey Kong champ threatens to sue Guinness over record removal," 12 Sep. 2019 According to public records and interviews, Greenbrier lawyers penned the request to the Ethics Commission and took it to the governor’s office, where staff copied it onto the governor’s letterhead, and Justice signed it. Ken Ward Jr., ProPublica, "Welcome to the Greenbrier, the Governor-Owned Luxury Resort Filled With Conflicts of Interest," 15 Aug. 2019 The request, on her personal letterhead (born in 1989. LOVES CATS.), denounced President Trump for not supporting the Equality Act. Abby Aguirre, Vogue, "Taylor Swift on Sexism, Scrutiny, and Standing Up for Herself," 8 Aug. 2019 Some teachers stopped using the school's letterhead to write letters of recommendation or conduct official business, newspaper adviser Susan Pence said, because the stationery includes Native American imagery. oregonlive.com, "Idaho high school drops mascot name that is disrespectful of Native Americans," 17 July 2019 Martin used city letterhead in June 2017 to authorize the purchase of $50,000 to Wayne’s World Fireworks for Class B and C fireworks, according to criminal records filed in Prince George’s court. Washington Post, "Md. mayor says $50,000 in fireworks were for city, but prosecutors say they were for a friend," 7 June 2019 On March 15, Cordeiro posted on Twitter an open letter on federation letterhead. Rachel Bachman, WSJ, "U.S. Women’s Soccer Players Sought Lawsuit Talks," 27 June 2019 Reportedly on congressional letterhead, the note referred to an affair with an aide, according to NorthJersey.com. Fox News, "Dem rep claims resignation letter admitting sex with staffer was hoax: ‘Completely untrue’," 31 July 2019

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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 How to pronounce letterhead (audio) \

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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