[ UK /ˈe‍əme‍ɪl/ ]
[ US /ˈɛɹˌmeɪɫ/ ]
  1. send or transport by airmail
    Letters to Europe from the U.S. are best airmailed
  1. letters and packages that are transported by aircraft
  2. a system of conveying mail by aircraft
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How To Use airmail In A Sentence

  • The following year, on 25 September, Earle Ovington flew the first Post Office sanctioned airmail as part of an aerial meet at Garden City, New York.
  • She is adamant she will not be airmailing it to her son-in-law, who emigrated to Australia with his wife and their two children in 1979.
  • I remember the blue strips of paper in the package from Rob, slipped into the airmail envelope. VITALS
  • Their March edition, I've just received it by airmail, it has some excellent and thought-provoking and theologically astute articles about the issue.
  • Someone I know likes Reese's Peanut Butter Cups, and as special treat gave me one of these, which had been specially airmailed to him from the US. Important questions
  • In another round, he airmailed a green because he miscalculated the distance of his approach shot by adding instead of subtracting. - Players were pushed in 1974 U.S. Open at Winged Foot
  • Under legal system, the remitter can send a bank draft via airmail to his/her relatives.
  • Goods are generally shipped by airmail.
  • In keeping with the idea that the students were to produce a book, 1 told them that their third drafts would be sent by airmail to an environmental historian who did not know them.
  • Sussmann has passed on my documents by airmail to Georg.
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