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postal card

n.
An unadorned card printed with the image of a postage stamp, issued by a government and used for sending messages. Also called postcard.

postal card

n
the usual US term for postcard

post′al card`


n.
1. a card sold by the post office with a stamplike motif and value printed on it to indicate that postage has been paid.
[1870–75, Amer.]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.postal card - a card for sending messages by post without an envelopepostal card - a card for sending messages by post without an envelope
card - a rectangular piece of stiff paper used to send messages (may have printed greetings or pictures); "they sent us a card from Miami"
lettercard - a postcard that folds so the message is inside
picture postcard - a postcard with a picture on one side
References in classic literature ?
He paid one of his fifteen cents for a postal card, and his companion wrote a note to the family, telling them where he was and when he would be tried.
This contract is for the printing of various communication media such as posters, invitations, flyers, brochures, programs, postal cards, letters, newsletters, magazines, municipal magazine Reflections.
From her new friends, NoraLee learns to do something because she cares, give herself gold stars because she feels so proud, and use magic Two-way postal cards to tell her grandparents so they can be proud too.
A Celebration for the Eyes will be held at the Nicolas Flamel Gallery, showcasing 40 cartoons, 6 postal cards and 2 posters on the theme of France or Paris.
Green Postage Tens of billions of postage products, including stamps and stamped envelopes and postal cards, are made with post-consumer recycled content, providing an environmentally responsible use for America's waste paper.
In Pakistan and elsewhere in the Muslim world e-cards have mainly replaced the postal cards, Pakistan Television (PTV) reported on Sunday.
Other spaces open to the public are devoted to magazines, posters, stamps, postal cards, digital documents, microforms, and printed papers in addition to a multimedia space.
1869: The first postal cards were introduced in Vienna: The idea for the postal card originated in Germany in 1865, but it was the Austrian government who, on October 1, 1869, issued the first one.
Postal cards with printed stamps of San Francisco views also will be issued.
All 27 billion postage products, including stamps, personalized envelopes and stamped postal cards, are now Cradle to Cradle Certified(CM) - designed to be safe and environmentally responsible.
aaaa aaaaa Other spaces open to the public are devoted to magazines, posters, stamps, postal cards, digital documents, microforms, and printed papers in addition to a multimedia space.
In Anmerica, the United States Postal Service began issuing pre-stamped postal cards in 1873.