writing paper, especially that used in writing notes or personal correspondence and usually less than 8½ × 11 inches (21.6 × 27.9 centimeters) in size.
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How to use notepaper in a sentence
Some took this faith in mail’s protective power so literally that they pocketed letters next to their hearts, as though notepaper—or the loving sentiments committed to the page—could deflect bullets.How World War II's ‘Dear John’ Letters Changed American Society | Susan L. Carruthers | February 14, 2022 | Time
One early 1990s reproduction of “his personalized notepaper,” as the caption reads, has Garfield the Cat at the top.
I must write a letter to Mr. Aitchison to-morrow when I arrive in billets and get hold of some notepaper.Letters of Lt.-Col. George Brenton Laurie | George Brenton Laurie
He held meanwhile a bit of notepaper the size of his hand, and scrutinized it carefully from time to time.A Hoosier Chronicle | Meredith Nicholson
It was, however, characteristic that after musing for a minute or two she took out some notepaper and began to write.The Girl From Keller's | Harold Bindloss
British Dictionary definitions for notepaper
paper for writing letters; writing paper
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