- paper on which to write.
- stationery; notepaper.
Origin of writing paper
First recorded in 1540–50
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Examples from the Web for writing paper
The sheet of paper which Green had used was an ordinary piece of writing-paper.
You'll find some writing-paper and ink in the desk behind you.
Writing-paper is inscribed with a deep band, also visiting cards.As A Chinaman Saw Us
Please bring me out a pen and ink and writing-paper, will you?The Call of the Blood
Robert Smythe Hichens
He is terribly miserly of his writing-paper, and on that very account I must have some now.The Wit of Women
- paper sized to take writing ink and used for letters and other manuscripts
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