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form letter

n.
A usually impersonal letter in a standardized format sent to multiple recipients.

form letter

n
a single copy of a letter that has been mechanically reproduced in large numbers for circulation

form′ let′ter


n.
a standardized letter that can be sent to any number of persons.
[1905–10, Amer.]
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Noun1.form letter - a letter that is printed in multiple copies and mailed to a list of recipients
letter, missive - a written message addressed to a person or organization; "mailed an indignant letter to the editor"
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Using their hands to form letters has significant effects on a child's thinking.
The texts are instruction and advice on how to compose letters--art dictandi for oral letters earlier in the period, and ars/ epistolandi for written letters later--and form letters or sample letters.
Look at the design the code makes, and you can see that combinations of characters form letters.
Similarly, they can be made to form letters of the alphabet, using vibrations to slide across surfaces on three rigid pin-like legs.
NCUA Board Chairman Debbie Matz said the content of a comment letter has more impact than multiple form letters sent from a single source.
But this wasn't what Conservative officials meant - they'd simply sent out form letters assuming all the potential candidates were men.
A main goal in the interviewing process was to learn how claim executives regard form letters, which are templates that give a claim writer a running start on communicating to the insured.
We are sending a big hug and even bigger THANK YOU this holiday season," read some of the form letters.
In Ariel typeface, four letters, NOXZ, still form letters when they are rotated 90, 180, and 270 degrees.
time to sway hammock with volumes pages where insects form letters.
1 : to form letters or words with pen or pencil <The kindergartners are learning to write.
But while holiday family form letters can turn off some readers, more than half of recipients welcome them, according to a recent study.