or e-mail, E-mail
- a system for sending messages from one individual to another via telecommunications links between computers or terminals using dedicated software: Communication by email is almost instantaneous.
- a message sent by email: Send me an email about that idea, and I'll get back to you.
- to send a message to by email: When you email me, don't forget to attach the documents.
Origin of email
Examples from the Web for emailed
“I think the attacks on Fareed are distorted, irresponsible, and unfair,” Weisberg emailed.Can Fareed Zakaria Survive A Plagiarism Firestorm?
November 12, 2014
“First, all reporters get treated equally by our press team,” he emailed The Daily Beast.A City Hall Affair to Remember
October 22, 2014
VanDyke confirmed the attack on his website, writing that SEA had emailed him a blackmail threat.The Kardashian Look-Alike Trolling for Assad
Noah Shachtman, Michael Kennedy
October 17, 2014
I emailed Robby Kalland, who previously covered the Hawks for three years with Score Atlanta, SB Nation, and Hawks.com.Racism or Exit Strategy for Atlanta Hawks Owner Bruce Levenson?
September 7, 2014
Clinton's spokesman Nick Merrill responded Thursday with one word to an emailed query: "Rumors."Special Ops Commander Swears: I Won't Be Hillary's VP
August 29, 2014
I emailed a copy to myself, but I can't get onto the Xnet anymore.Little Brother
Word Origin and History for emailed
a type of pottery design pattern, c.1877, from French email (12c.), literally "enamel" (see enamel (n.)).