verb (used with object), Tel·e·typed, Tel·e·typ·ing.
verb (used without object), Tel·e·typed, Tel·e·typ·ing.
Examples from the Web for teletype
That is, New Orleans and Dallas would have teletype between these two offices?
Each office is connected with each other office by teletype.
Could we mark as Exhibit No. 952 the teletype that came in on Oswald.
The one message she had interpreted—“No Train Tomorrow”—undoubtedly had been received by teletype transmission.
Penny could not understand why the hotel would have need for teletype machine service.
British Dictionary definitions for teletype
Word Origin and History for teletype
1904, trademark for a communications system of typewriters connected electronically, short for teletypewriter (1904), a form of telegraph in which the receiver prints messages like a typewriter, from tele- + typewriter.