fan letter


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fan letter

n.
A piece of fan mail.

fan′ let`ter


n.
an admiring letter sent by a fan, as to a celebrity.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fan letter - a letter that is a piece of fan mail
letter, missive - a written message addressed to a person or organization; "mailed an indignant letter to the editor"
fan mail - mail sent to public figures from their admirers; "he hired someone to answer his fan mail"
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As a newsreader for Meridian TV, she was used to getting the occasional fan letter.
In 1995, British writer Mark Simpson read Steven Zeeland's Sailors and Sexual Identity, a part-academic, part-pornographic treatise on marine worship, and wrote a fan letter to its American author.
Next time you want to send a fan letter to your favorite star, contact your local congressman or even sort through junk mail - use your computer.
Zara, who is married to actor Reece Dinsdale, says: "I've had the odd dodgy fan letter and a couple of strange people who've turned up at the stage door, but I've never had any real problems with obsessive people, which is what this drama looks at.
EUROVISION songbird Nicki French got a fan letter she didn't expect - from Tony Blair.
He was unendingly generous to his fans, never refusing an autograph or declining an interview, and answering every fan letter personally.
Klepey said Moore always was gracious during their regular conversations to update the fan letter.
He landed the part after writing a fan letter to writer Russell T Davies.
The reason these names will probably not ring any bells is because these "stars" are actually real Snapple consumers whose only "audition" for the campaign came in the form of an unsolicited fan letter.
The Beatles played a concert there in 1963 for pounds 100 after receiving a fan letter from a pupil who was from their home town of Liverpool.
Speaking after the case she said: "George keeps and treasures every fan letter.