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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In December 2016, Parnham sent a fan letter to Dylann Roof, the white supremacist gunman responsible for killing nine black church goers in Charleston, South Carolina.
'When my father could, he answered every fan letter that he could answer.
IRECEIVED a fan letter (well, email) from Germany the other day, which is always nice.
The others were Gaga performing a piano version of The Edge of Glory, and reading out a fan letter from a young man named Connor from Belfast to the crowds before stepping off stage to thank him (and for him to get a selfie with his idol).
'I URGE YOU TO PUT THINGS RIGHT': READ THE FAN LETTER TO MIKE ASHLEY THAT HAS GONE VIRAL Danny Callaghan:"The reason it's proving popular on here and elsewhere, is because it's written by a fan for the fans.
But one of the biggest laughs comes from her one-line response to a fan letter she received from a woman who used to bully her.
Paul McCartney sent him a fan letter and became his publisher.
Brian Fitzpatrick, from Dumbarton, addressed his fan letter simply to "Ross Murdoch, Commonwealth Champion, Balloch".
One detailed a psychotic fan letter to David Bowie; another introduced us to a series of escapades involving giant killer crabs.
Now some forty plus years later, I have finally gotten off my duff to write you a fan letter. While some of the articles are a bit too academic for me, they are almost always interesting, if not fascinating.
Cyprus Mail film critic Preston Wilder, a huge fan, said: Years ago, as a much younger man, I sent Michael Cacoyannis a fan letter. I'd seen his film Attila '74 (1975), made in the aftermath of the Turkish invasion, and found it riveting not just educational but dramatically stirring, with an eye for image and a feel for rhythm, because of course Cacoyannis was an artist, the greatest Cypriot-born filmmaker.
This is the first fan letter 1 have ever written about an editorial ("From the Editor," May/June 2011).