fanfold

[ fan-fohld ]
/ ˈfænˌfoʊld /

noun

a pad or tablet of invoices, bills, blank sheets, etc., interleaved with carbon paper for making a copy or copies of the writing or typing on the uppermost leaf.

adjective

(of a pad or tablet of invoices, bills, blank sheets, etc.) made up in such a form.
pertaining to continuous-form paper, folded like a fan or accordion so that it will stack.

Nearby words

  1. fanfare,
  2. fanfaron,
  3. fanfaronade,
  4. fanfic,
  5. fanfish,
  6. fang,
  7. fang lizhi,
  8. fanged,
  9. fangio,
  10. fangirl

Origin of fanfold

First recorded in 1940–45; fan1 + fold1

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