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Things mail often describes (“mail ________”)
address, order, message, messages, addresses, system, account, coach, program, services, service, correspondence, communication, server, list, accounts, lists, bags, programs, client, box, bag, software, attachments, advertising, newsletter, coaches, boat, link, campaign, attachment, clients, marketing, communications, carrier, campaigns, users, exchanges, application, letter, access, newsletters, exchange, interview, notification, cart, letters, submissions, train, contact, traffic, package, out, steamer, alerts, updates, queries, boxes, delivery, folder, packages, pieces, links, inbox, piece, shirt, carriers, request, network, notifications, survey, coat, requests, button, facilities, contracts, car, editor, boats, files, window, packet, solicitations, provider, route, headers, solicitation

How mail often is described (“________ mail”)
electronic, direct, registered, next, class, regular, outgoing, certified, incoming, daily, courier, ordinary, chain, postal, unsolicited, snail, weekly, unopened, express, voice, overnight, unwanted, fast, bulk, monthly, forward, interoffice, diplomatic, overseas, air, outbound, encrypted, inbound, anonymous, secure, undelivered, unanswered, congressional, email, down

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed.
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See mail used in context: 100 poetry verses, 2 Shakespeare works, 1 Bible passage, 142 definitions

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