junk mail


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junk mail

n.
Third-class mail, such as advertisements, mailed indiscriminately in large quantities.

junk mail

n
(Marketing) untargeted mail advertising goods or services

junk′ mail`


n.
unsolicited commercial material, as advertisements and requests for donations, mailed in bulk.
[1950–55, Amer.]
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Noun1.junk mail - third-class mail consisting of advertising and often addressed to `resident' or `occupant'junk mail - third-class mail consisting of advertising and often addressed to `resident' or `occupant'
third class, third-class mail - mail consisting of printed matter qualifying for reduced postal rates
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