GNU Webster's 1913
- n. a class mail comprising letters, postcards, and other mail sealed against inspection, having a higher priority than second, third, or fourth-class mail; -- it is the highest class of mail not handled in a special manner, as is registered or priority mail.
- n. mail that includes letters and postcards and packages sealed against inspection
“Moreover, the congregation (50-60 on a usual Sunday at 7 a.m., small probably because of the early hour) joins in singing one of three mass ordinary settings: 'Orbis factor' during the year; 'De angelis' during Christmastide, Eastertide, and on 1st-class feasts; and Kyrie XVII (Kyrie salve) during Advent and Lent.”
“Do they genuinely want to deny the 1st-class care I receive from the Depart of Veterans Affairs?”
“Most of the issues will be 10 pages in length, and will be mailed to all members via 1st-class mail; however, time, money, and material permitting, we will try to get out an occasional 20-page, 3rd-class issue —- we make no promises, however.”
“You're a legacy, a role model, and a 1st-class athlete, says the poster in the hallway of Fortier.”
“WANTED-To correspond with an extensive manufacturing firm of 1st-class reliability, to make and sell, on royalty, Dodge's 2-way cock or pump attachment.”
“Private 1st-class Daniel Fuselli, fall out and report to headquarters company!”
“Daniel Fuselli, Private 1st-class, Company C, medical supply warehouse.”
“Spruce Boards (1st-class floor) 19.00 @ 20.00 19.00 @ 21.00”
“Postal cutbacks to delay 1st-class mail Utility bills are paid, legal briefs are filed and the Christmas shopping all gets done online.”
“On Italy's fastest trains, the Frecciarossa and Frecciargento, the round-trip fare for a same-day return is fixed at 109 euros (about $150) for a 2nd-class ticket, or 149 euros (about $205) for a 1st-class ticket.”
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