Examples from the Web for stationery
I own a stationery company that focuses mostly on custom orders.
So when I decided to launch my own stationery company in 2009, my choice of selling platform was simple.
At Pentagon procurement prices, the cost of switching the stationery alone would be astronomical.
Pushy parents and cranky kids swarmed clothing stores and stationery stores on Sunday.
Yet the costs of trading Ms. for Mrs. are greater than stationery for some.
Shut him up in a room with plenty of stationery, and in twenty-four hours, he would write himself up to the chin in verse.History of Morgan's Cavalry|Basil W. Duke
In this message, written on the stationery of the Annex Hotel, he was urged to call on the writer the next morning at ten o'clock.The Air Ship Boys|H.L. Sayler
In November, a case of stationery was received by the Battalion.The 28th: A Record of War Service in the Australian Imperial Force, 1915-19, Vol. I|Herbert Brayley Collett
Attention has already been called to the necessity for the proper care of stationery and office supplies.
The second of the sources of interruption, as I have enumerated them, is the distribution of pens and of stationery.The Teacher|Jacob Abbott
British Dictionary definitions for stationery
Word Origin and History for stationery
1727, from stationery wares (c.1680) "articles sold by a stationer," from stationer "seller of books and paper" (q.v.). Roving peddlers were more common in the Middle Ages; sellers with a fixed location were often bookshops licensed by universities. The Company of Stationers, one of the Livery Companies of the City of London, was founded 1556.