from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. That can be (physically and/or legally) sent by mail.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Admissible lawfully into the mail. Opposed to
non-mailable. Dangerous items such as explosives, weapons, or corrosive chemicals are often classified by the postal authorities as non-mailable.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being mailed; such that it can be sent by mail in accordance with the regulations governing the post-office.
Republicans like mailable micro-minds that they can mold to their agenda.
OK I was hoping for some Twlight E-mailable/downloadable valentines to send some friends but I guess I am going to have to make my own.
I've seen technology that would certainly beef up MoMA snaps: Stickybits, for instance, uses scanned bar codes that allow users to attach video, photos, and other digital information to birthday cards, mailable objects, and any other scannable item: even walls and lamp posts.
Section 1725 of Title 18 of the U.S. Code prohibits placing mailable materials like circulars and sales bills with unpaid postage in mailboxes with intent to avoid payment of postage.
Does it have the postage block that would make it mailable?
“Now in mailable envelopes, so you can send some ham to one of our boys overseas!” boblipton says:
The rules called for readers to send us any mailable object; if it came in an envelope or a box, it was disqualified.
The NHL has also partnered with Slingbox to distribute league content through its Clip+Sling service, which allows the creation of short e-mailable video clips.
The pre-printed, re-mailable absentee ballot applications appeared to be customized to the recipient's mailing address, with the addressee's local election office already on the form.
Very good technically, too: It is mind-bending in the way they made look so flexible and mailable their subject matter – porcelain dolls.