Definition of postage
1 : the fee for postal service
2 : adhesive stamps or printed indicia representing postal fees
Examples of postage in a Sentence
How much is the postage for this package?
Enclose two dollars for postage and handling.
I hope I put enough postage on the package.
Recent Examples of postage from the Web
Looking at the map, the estimate seems fair: the Central European country is no bigger than New Jersey, a mere postage stamp compared with the rest of the continent.
Most importantly, though, there’s a QR code slightly larger than a postage stamp.
One envelope from WSU showed the postage at the higher rate.
The 19-year-old from southwest Philadelphia, who plays collegiately at Cornell, will mount up Friday for the Postage Stamp Farm polo team in the Silver Cup tournament at the tony Greenwich Polo Club.
Crescent Springs residents are being polled via a prepaid return postage flier.
Casella has spent more than $75,000 on everything from consulting to postage in a bid to persuade residents to support the expansion, according to a report John Casella filed to the Massachusetts Office of Campaign and Political Finance on June 1.
The United States Postal Service commemorated Kennedy's centennial with a dedication of a JFK postage stamp in Brookline, Massachusetts, a Boston suburb where the late president was born on May 29, 1917.
Just recently, Wonder Woman received her own U.S. postage stamp.
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First Known Use of postage
POSTAGE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of postage for English Language Learners
: the cost of sending a letter or package by mail
: the stamps attached to a letter or package
POSTAGE Defined for Kids
Definition of postage for Students
: a fee for sending a letter or package by mail
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