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registered post

noun
1.
a Post Office service by which compensation is paid for loss or damage to mail for which a registration fee has been paid Compare recorded delivery
2.
mail sent by this service
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  • He was going through his letters, and I was just a trifle curious to know what was in a flat box which came by registered post.

    Number Seventeen Louis Tracy
  • The jewels which you gave me I have returned to-day by registered post.

    The Golden Web Anthony Partridge
  • As a consequence, the greater number of the men sent their boxes home by registered post without smoking the contents.

    Pincher Martin, O.D. H. Taprell Dorling
  • These we send to-day, by registered post, direct to Bluestone and Fagg.

    Uncanny Tales Mary Louisa Molesworth
  • Probably the Louvre will receive bits of it by registered post.

    Dodo's Daughter E. F. Benson
  • You can write to your bankers to send them by registered post.

    The Ghost Arnold Bennett
  • I will write the same to Euphrosyne, and send it by 'registered post' to-day.

    A Fascinating Traitor Richard Henry Savage
  • Then she sealed the envelope, rang a bell, and told someone to despatch her letter by registered post.

    Mrs. Thompson William Babington Maxwell

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