Opening it, he unfolded a sheet of foolscap and handed it to the other.
Ink, pens, and a sheaf of foolscap were brought from the ranch house.
It covered nine sheets of foolscap, and had cost him hours of agonizing toil.
Only Marcia noticed that the hand which took up the foolscap shook a little.
Driscoll unfolded a long sheet of foolscap, and began to read.
The letter was a long one, covering several sheets of foolscap.
For answer the legal man squared some foolscap sheets on a small table and produced a stylographic pen.
To her who received it the one syllable was more than a page of foolscap.
I requested the chief to draw its outlines, furnishing a sheet of foolscap.
Green held out a pen to him and pointed to the bottom of the foolscap.
literally "fool's cap; cap worn by jesters," 1630s; c.1700 as a type of paper, so called because this type of paper originally was watermarked with a court jester's cap.