Ricky Gervais has always pushed the envelope as an awards show host, but did he finally go too far this time?
My father told me that his most profitable “deal” was written out on the back of an envelope and that was that.
Kids who aim for top colleges know full well that this month's stress over which envelope—-thick or thin—is only the beginning.
Every week she was given an envelope filled with $500 cash, her “table money” for personal use.
In February 2010, author Yann Martel received an envelope from the White House.
He won't refuse them; but if he does I shall hand him the envelope just the same.
He handed the envelope to the other and the colonel transferred it to his pocket.
The dress was brought forth from its envelope of white linen.
Nancy slipped it back in the envelope and picked up the second letter.
Refolding the sheets, he slipped them into an envelope with enthusiastic finality.
envelope en·ve·lope (ěn'və-lōp', ŏn'-)
An enclosing structure or cover, such as a membrane or the outer coat of a virus.