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bulk mail

noun
1.
a category of mail for mailing large numbers of identical printed items to individual addressees at less than first-class rates, as circulars or bulletins.

bulk-mail

[buhlk-meyl] /ˈbʌlkˌmeɪl/
verb (used with object)
1.
to mail as bulk mail.
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Examples from the web for bulk mail
  • Distributed to residents by bulk mail or in utility bills.
  • Using precanceled stamps on your mail is an easy way to get started with bulk mail.
  • If you did not receive a confirmation e-mail, check your spam or bulk mail in-box.
  • Permit imprints must not denote bulk mail, nonprofit, or other domestic or special mail markings.
  • The central mail facility provides inter-office, postal and bulk mail support to state government.
  • All commodities entering a bulk mail facility shall be held for inspection.
  • If you did not receive an e-mail, check your spam or bulk mail in-box.
  • If the solicitation arrives by bulk mail, you probably haven't won a big prize.

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