Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Writing paper used especially for brief letters or notes.

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  • n. Relatively small writing paper used for writing notes or letters; often provided with matching envelopes.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. writing paper intended for writing short notes or letters

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Examples

  • I bet the notepaper was a birthday present from her grandma, who had pads and pads of the stuff made for her, which sounds nice but gimme a break—who wants paper with your name on it for a present?

    Milo

  • Here's an interesting tool for back-to-paper evangelists called a notepaper generator.

    Notepaper generator

  • The spell of San Salvatore lurked even, it seemed, in notepaper.

    The Enchanted April

  • Stamped in the left-hand corner of the notepaper was a telephone number.

    December Love

  • The notepaper was the notepaper of the Hotel de Paris, the date the night before, the words few and unmistakable:

    Mr. Grex of Monte Carlo

  • At the top of the notepaper was a very red robin, who carried a blue Christmas greeting in his mouth, and at the bottom – written with the A.

    The Brownies and Other Tales

  • I must also mention our paper-supply, which was in all respects as fine and elegant as it could possibly be: the most exquisite notepaper, stamped with a picture of the Fram and the name of the expedition, in large and small size, broad and narrow, old style and new style -- every kind of notepaper, in fact.

    The South Pole~ Plan and Preparations

  • I must also mention our paper-supply, which was in all respects as fine and elegant as it could possibly be: the most exquisite notepaper, stamped with a picture of the Fram and the name of the expedition, in large and small size, broad and narrow, old style and new style — every kind of notepaper, in fact.

    The South Pole; an account of the Norwegian antarctic expedition in the 'Fram', 1910 to 1912

  • Such sheets must be sized in rather a stronger size in the following way: -- Take a sheet of heavily-sized paper, such as notepaper, and carefully lay your damaged sheet on that.

    Bookbinding, and the Care of Books A handbook for Amateurs, Bookbinders & Librarians

  • Other kits have more common supplies, such as notepaper and erasers.

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