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s-mail

(ĕs′māl′)
n. Informal
Snail mail.
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snail′ mail`


n.
physical delivery of mail, as contrasted with electronic mail. Also called s-mail.
[1980–85]
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I would write my letter, and then buy an envelope to mail it via s-mail (snail mail), as it is called these days, and formerly called postal mail or service.
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