[ meyl-in ]
/ ˈmeɪlˌɪn /
conducted or responding by mail: a mail-in referendum.
something conducted or returned by mail, as a questionnaire or vote.
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Origin of mail-in
adj., noun use of verb phrase mail in
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Example sentences from the Web for mail-in
She dropped off her own mail-in ballot at the same time, according to the Arizona Daily Star.Democrat Ron Barber Retains Gabby Giffords’s Arizona Congressional Seat|Terry Greene Sterling|June 13, 2012|DAILY BEAST
But the mail-in ballots that have begun flowing in over the past couple of weeks have been trending Republican.