notepaper

noun
note·​pa·​per | \ ˈnōt-ˌpā-pər How to pronounce notepaper (audio) \

Definition of notepaper

: writing paper suitable for notes

Examples of notepaper in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Telephone message: Arrived, accurately, at 1:55 — a bit tardy — but delivered with courtesy and written in elegant cursive on Plaza notepaper. Fox, Town & Country, 21 Nov. 2012 Among the items for sale at the museum are replicas of the Union District School, maps of old South Windsor, and schoolhouse notepaper, with proceeds used for maintenance of the building. Courant Community, 10 July 2018 Among the items for sale at the museum are replicas of the Union District School, maps of old South Windsor, and schoolhouse notepaper, with proceeds used for maintenance of the building. Courant Community, 10 July 2018 Among the items for sale at the museum are replicas of the Union District School, maps of old South Windsor, and schoolhouse notepaper, with proceeds used for maintenance of the building. Courant Community, 10 July 2018 Among the items for sale at the museum are replicas of the Union District School, maps of old South Windsor, and schoolhouse notepaper, with proceeds used for maintenance of the building. Courant Community, 22 Aug. 2017 Among the items for sale at the museum are replicas of the Union District School, maps of old South Windsor, and schoolhouse notepaper, with proceeds used for maintenance of the building. Courant Community, 22 Aug. 2017 After the album is finished, 7,777 CDs will be released (they can be pre-ordered) along with pieces of the notepaper on which Spalding wrote the music. Winston Cook-wilson, Billboard, 26 July 2017 Among the items for sale at the museum are replicas of the Union District School, maps of old South Windsor, and schoolhouse notepaper, with proceeds used for maintenance of the building. Courant Community, 17 July 2017

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First Known Use of notepaper

1840, in the meaning defined above

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“Notepaper.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/notepaper. Accessed 3 Aug. 2021.

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notepaper

noun

English Language Learners Definition of notepaper

: paper that is suitable for writing notes and letters

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