Definition of mailing
: mail sent at one time to multiple addressees by a sender (as for promotional purposes)
Examples of mailing in a Sentence
Get the check ready for mailing and take it to the post office.
The charity sent out several mailings to everyone on its mailing list.
Recent Examples of mailing from the Web
Anyone hoping to get involved can sign up for a mailing list on Rebuild’s website.
And the discomfort of the frumpy NFL has eased with the Raiders wading into the mother of all gambling mailing addresses, Las Vegas.
Its parent company, Hon Hai Precision Industry Co., uses Taiwan for its corporate mailing address, but its production base is spread over at least a dozen cities in mainland China.
All that was more than a decade ago, when Loeb’s activist hedge fund -- and the investor himself -- were younger, and building their reputation on Wall Street as Generation X’s answer to the green-mailing takeover barbarians of ’80s merger mania.
Either decision will prompt a wave of mailings and door-to-door salespeople trying to coax residents to opt out of the village's power contract in favor of another electricity vendor, Bosco said before the vote.
Inside the trunk of his vehicle, agents found 104 greeting cards, 34 Netflix DVD mailings and three gift cards, prosecutors said.
The National Science Teachers Association dismissed the mailing as propaganda and urged educators to recycle the books.
Smith's lawyer told THR at the time that his client wasn't connected to the hate mailings.
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First Known Use of mailing
MAILING Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of mailing for English Language Learners
: the act of mailing something
: something (such as a letter or an advertisement) that is mailed to many people at one time
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