My father told me that his most profitable “deal” was written out on the back of an envelope and that was that.
They reportedly managed to get a DNA sample from an envelope the mother had licked.
And pushing the envelope, as she always did, with a playful, anti-authoritarian attitude—up to a point.
Every week she was given an envelope filled with $500 cash, her “table money” for personal use.
Sciarpelletti said he didn't recall how the envelope made its way to his desk, or why he wrote Gabriele's name on it.
He won't refuse them; but if he does I shall hand him the envelope just the same.
She drew it in pencil on an envelope on her way back in the street car.
The dress was brought forth from its envelope of white linen.
"Because I want to do it myself," she said at last, and thrust the envelope into the flame.
Refolding the sheets, he slipped them into an envelope with enthusiastic finality.
envelope en·ve·lope (ěn'və-lōp', ŏn'-)
An enclosing structure or cover, such as a membrane or the outer coat of a virus.