- postal ► ADJECTIVE ▪ relating to or carried out by post.● go postal — Cf. ↑go postalDERIVATIVES postally adverb.
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postally — ˈpōstəlē, li adverb Etymology: postal (I) + ly 1. : in a postal manner : for postal purposes a postally used stamp 2. : by or on postage stamps a postally commemorated anniversary … Useful english dictionary
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