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
Californians frequently fail to put enough stamps on an envelope, or simply send a ballot back without any postage.
The company allegedly assembled bulk mailings from customers and provided the mailings, which included fraudulent payment and verification forms, to the postal service for delivery even though the postage had not been paid for the mailings.
Backers have raised $130,000 in total but, as of Monday, reported spending only $40,000, mostly for campaign management, postage and printing.
In a meeting with Assembly members Friday, city clerk Barbara Jones said printing, postage and rent on the Ship Creek building drove up the cost from prior elections.
The only expenditures reported so far were $1,500 for postage and $10,000 to Precision New Media, a Columbus media consultant.
The agency cited the cost of envelopes and postage to mail the cards, maintenance for the machine that produced the cards, monthly fees to use the system, and staff time to activate the cards.
For example, is OSU wasting postage on players at Washington State?
The city offered drop boxes and several accessible vote centers, which did not require postage.
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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
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