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Origin of ream1
Words nearby ream
Definition for ream (2 of 2)
verb (used with object)
- to scold or reprimand severely (usually followed by out).
- to cheat; defraud.
Origin of ream2
Example sentences from the Web for ream
In many ways, CTV is a chance for ad tech vendors to bring in reams of dollars they wouldn’t have usually had access to as so much more of the ads there are now bought with dollars usually reserved for TV.Cheatsheet: PubMatic plots path to growth as a public ad tech vendor|Seb Joseph|December 10, 2020|Digiday
Rather than simply encrypting and holding your data hostage, attackers are also threatening to release reams of sensitive data publicly.The hacker ‘ceasefire’ with hospitals is over—and that should terrify us|jakemeth|December 9, 2020|Fortune
Unlike its rivals, Nokia can’t dominate TV schedules and online auctions with reams of cash.
Still, the time in between is generally used for senators and senior aides to vet the reams of paperwork that arrive at the Judiciary Committee, as well as for senators to prepare for the question time they each get at the high-profile hearings.Senate Republicans push for rapid confirmation of still-unnamed Supreme Court nominee|Seung Min Kim, Erica Werner|September 24, 2020|Washington Post
You go to your attorney’s office, sign reams of documents, including the mortgage note witnessed by a notary who’s usually on the lawyer’s staff.
This year's survey included a ream of questions about returning-veteran violence.
Drill the hole B with a small drill, about 1/16 in., in the center of the lower portion of the U and ream it out.The Boy Mechanic, Book 2|Various
A sheet of fine drawing paper was a greater temptation than money sufficient to have purchased a ream.The Confessions of J. J. Rousseau, Complete|Jean Jacques Rousseau
A ream of stamped policies of insurance amounted to one hundred and ninety pounds—of common ones, without stamps, twenty.Great Events in the History of North and South America|Charles A. Goodrich
Thin and thick sheets were frequently mixed to obtain the necessary weight per ream specified in any particular grade of paper.The Stamps of Canada|Bertram Poole
I suppose there was a matter of half a ream of brown paper stuck upon me, from first to last.The Life And Adventures Of Nicholas Nickleby|Charles Dickens