pen friend


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pen friend

n
another name for pen pal
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pen friend

nBrieffreund(in) m(f)
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My great Aunty Lily Reay organised for me to have a pen friend back in about 1982 (after she had visited us in Australia).
Summary: A Dubai-based Young Times reader found a pen friend in a fellow Young Timer through the magazine's popular Postscript section.
Jim said: "We had a marvellous day, she was my pen friend, we have been very happy."
Our wedding cake even had two dragons on top and our flower girl and page boy were dressed in traditional Welsh costumes." One of Angharad's four bridesmaids was her pen friend from Illinois with whom she has regularly been exchanging letters for the past 10 years.
Billy Fulker Brighton I'd like to thank the lady who wrote to the Sunday People in 1961 looking for a pen friend for her son, an RAF pilot in Kenya.
PEN FRIEND * Cath Kidston's pretty Kempton Rose print has been fashioned on to this stylish fountain pen which comes with a matching tin for safe-keeping.
THE FIRST THING TO BE NOTED about Belfast writer Ciaran Carson's The Pen Friend is something that can rarely be said of novels published in recent decades.
The Pen Friend is Carson's sixth work of extended prose and follows his early compositions in that he establishes a fairly strong structure, which allows him to "fill it," so to speak, with extended discourses on a variety of topics.
Her 12-year-old American pen friend calls this lounging in bed of a morning "sleeping-in".
According to the Globe, 'The Naked Gun 33 1/3: The Final Insult' star is all set to marry a pen friend he has never met.
She said: "I began correspondence with a pen friend who lived in Prague in 1946.