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mailbag (ˈmeɪlˌbæɡ Pronunciation for mailbag or mailsack or (sometimes US) mailpouch

Definitions

noun

  1. a large bag used for transporting or delivering mail

Example Sentences Including 'mailbag'

A SURGE in muggings, assaults, thefts and frauds fuelled the first crime rise for six years and provoked a huge mailbag.
Sun, News of the World (2000)
A mailbag full of letters and a giant get-well card by some West Coast schoolchildren are cheering up a recuperating Santa Claus.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
BT dips into the Money Minder's mailbag to answer the FAQs with the facts.
Business Today (1997)
Beverley asked me on Wednesday morning as we went through my mailbag.
Isabel Wolff RESCUING ROSE (2002)
Closing date for entries is June 6. The first 40 postcards drawn out of the mailbag win.
Sun, News of the World (2001)
Our report on the issue of women adopting their husbands ' surnames produced a lively mailbag.
Courier, Sunday Mail (2004)
Twice a week, the mailbag came, along the paths where lions and rhinoceros prowled.
Jim Leavesley, George Biro THE MEDICAL MYSTERIES E-OMNIBUS (2001)

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