mailed


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mailed

 (māld)
adj.
1. Covered with or made of plates of mail: a mailed sleeve.
2. Having a hard covering of scales, spines, or horny plate, as an armadillo or a lobster.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.mailed - wearing protective mailmailed - wearing protective mail    
armored, armoured - protected by armor (used of persons or things military)
References in classic literature ?
Ends had the address, and the check would be mailed the first thing in the morning.
The first San Francisco newspaper to which I mailed it never acknowledged receipt of the manuscript, but held on to it.
Election ballots sent to voters typically are mailed using either Nonprofit Standard Mail or First Class Mail rates, depending on a number of factors, including the information contained in the ballot, whether the ballots are presorted, and how local postal officials interpret the mail classification standards.
By 1997 NAL had mailed 70 million pieces of this package and circulation had reached a peak of one million.
Now that doesn't mean credit card offers will be stopped immediately because some of them may already have been mailed to you before your name was removed from the list.
For example, the user can precisely target specific consumer groups by preselecting exactly who will receive mailed information.