There must be a rural delivery, and if so, at the gate would be a letterbox.
Putting pieces of folded brown paper in the letterbox for her.
There was a letterbox at the corner, a foot from the older man's shoulder.
The lid flew back, and we pressed forward, and each ran his hand down into the letterbox.
The front door should have a knocker and a letterbox, and around both the door and the windows should be imitation framework.
That letter he dropped into the Pixley letterbox himself that night, and so was assured of its delivery.
Friend Fox thanked him very kindly, made himself very small, and was out of sight like a letter in a letterbox.
Among them I expected to see a letterbox; but there was nothing that looked like despatches.
She had known Culpepper would come from the moment she dropped her note to him in the letterbox at the corner last night.
It was almost two o'clock the next morning when he passed the letterbox at the trail to the Widow Miller's place.
To show a wide-screen movie on the television screen by reducing its size and putting black bars above and below: Today we'll see a wide-format, letterboxed edition, which is rarely telecast/ ''letterboxing,'' which retains theatrical images on a rectangular shape (1990s+ Television)