notepaper

noun

note·​pa·​per ˈnōt-ˌpā-pər How to pronounce notepaper (audio)
: writing paper suitable for notes

Examples of notepaper in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Some of the lists were neatly typed; others were scrawled on notepaper or recited over the telephone. Meg Kelly, Washington Post, 28 Feb. 2023 Harold Wilson’s resignation honours list in 1976, drawn up on lavender-coloured notepaper by Marcia Falkender, his private secretary and special friend, contained the names of several fraudsters. The Economist, 8 Aug. 2020 The business sells made-to-order colorful notepaper, calendars, meal planners and journals. Mary Carole McCauley, baltimoresun.com, 22 Feb. 2022 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

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Word History

First Known Use

1840, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of notepaper was in 1840

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Cite this Entry

“Notepaper.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/notepaper. Accessed 20 Feb. 2024.

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