postmarked


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post·mark

 (pōst′märk′)
n.
An official mark printed over a postage stamp, especially one that cancels the stamp and records the date and place of mailing.
tr.v. post·marked, post·mark·ing, post·marks
To stamp with such a mark.

postmarked

(ˈpəʊstmɑːkt)
adj
(Communications & Information) (of a letter) stamped with a printed mark showing when and where it was posted
Translations

postmarked

[ˈpəʊstmɑːrkt] adj [letter]
The envelope was postmarked Helsinki → L'enveloppe portait le cachet d'Helsinki.
References in classic literature ?
The postmaster tells me his office has received letters postmarked Odessa for more than a year.
Ordering First-Day Covers The Postal Service also offers first-day covers for new stamp issues and Postal Service stationery items postmarked with the official first-day-of-issue cancellation.
26 ( ANI ): The first and only envelope to get postmarked on the moon's surface has now gone on display as part of the world's largest postage stamp gallery.
David Arundel was stunned when he went to the mail room at Birmingham and Midland Eye Centre and was handed a scruffy package postmarked July 27, 1982.
If mailed, recipes must be postmarked on or before March 31; online recipes must be received by March 31.
Applications for the State Affiliate of the Year, Local Association of the Year and Teacher of the Year Awards must be postmarked by December 1, 2006.
Middle District of Florida Bar renewals were due July 15, late forms and fees will be accepted without penalty if postmarked on or before August 31.
Applications for the 2005 NAAE Teacher Mentor Award (sponsored by CEV Multimedia) and the 2005 NAAE Ideas Unlimited Award (sponsored by Delmar Thomson Learning) must also arrive at NAAE postmarked by May 15, 2005.
Since March 31 is a state holiday, the FTB will accept applications postmarked April 1, 2005.
ROMANTICS will be able to send Valentine's cards postmarked in the village of Lover after the Royal Mail had a last-minute change of heart yesterday.
The envelope is postmarked with the first day that postage stamps were introduced to Britain.
If the last date for filing falls on a Saturday or Sunday, returns will be considered timely if postmarked on or before midnight of the following Monday.