mailability

mailable

[mey-luh-buhl]
adjective
legally acceptable as mail, as in terms of content, size, or weight.

Origin:
1835–45, Americanism; mail1 + -able

mailability, noun
unmailable, adjective
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mail1 (meɪl)
 
n
1.  Also called (esp Brit): post letters, packages, etc, that are transported and delivered by the post office
2.  the postal system
3.  a single collection or delivery of mail
4.  a train, ship, or aircraft that carries mail
5.  short for electronic mail
6.  (modifier) of, involving, or used to convey mail: a mail train
 
vb
7.  chiefly (US), (Canadian) Usual Brit word: post to send by mail
8.  to contact (a person) by electronic mail
9.  to send (a message, document, etc) by electronic mail
 
[C13: from Old French male bag, probably from Old High German malha wallet]
 
'mailable1
 
adj
 
maila'bility1
 
n

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