Instead, the chamber found time to rename 60 post-office branches and attempted to repeal the health-care law for the 33rd time.
There are no one cent pieces used in Bisbee, (not even in the post-office); nothing less than five cents.
I'm—I'm going to the post-office with Isabel, and her mother told us to hurry.
He has a place in the post-office, which I think he chose for the pleasure of reading superscriptions.
"I write to Madame Raynal at the post-office, Frejus," said she.
Our way to his quarters led past the post-office, where a long queue of men still waited patiently and quietly in line.
We brought out the post-office petition and told him about the newspaper.
In 1880 arrangements were made by which government bonds and annuities can be bought through the post-office.
When I landed I was thinking of the post-office, which was my first objective point.
He was going down Tottenham way, and he said he'd take it to the post-office there.
1650s, "public department in charge of letter-carrying," from post (n.3) + office. Meaning "building where postal business is carried on" is from 1650s. In slang or euphemistic sense of "a sexual game" it refers to an actual parlor game first attested early 1850s in which pretend "letters" were paid for by kisses.