notepaper

[noht-pey-per]
noun
writing paper, especially that used in writing notes or personal correspondence and usually less than 8½ × 11 inches (21.6 × 27.9 cm) in size.

Origin:
1840–50; note + paper

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notepaper (ˈnəʊtˌpeɪpə)
 
n
paper for writing letters; writing paper

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Example sentences
It was unusually thick, quite unlike ordinary notepaper.
The lined notepaper is covered in tightly spaced script, in blue ink.
With notepaper, sketch books and/or cameras, build a collection of information
  and images of the plants and animals you see.
Cut up one-sided flyers and use the pieces for notepaper to keep by the
  telephone or use for shopping lists.
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