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noun
mail, usually consisting of advertising matter, appeals for donations, or the like, sent simultaneously to large numbers of possible individual customers or contributors. Abbreviation: DM
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Origin of direct mail

First recorded in 1925–30

OTHER WORDS FROM direct mail

di·rect-mail, adjective
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