Synonyms for air mail

Grammar : Noun
Spell : air-meyl
Phonetic Transcription : ˈɛərˌmeɪl

Définition of air mail

Origin :
  • also air-mail, 1913, from air (n.1) + mail (n.1).
  • As in mail : noun written correspondence; system for sending correspondence
Example sentences :
  • In the Air Mail we used to 'pull the motors every time they had done 500 hours.
  • Extract from : « The Flying Reporter » by Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss
  • They were not in a region frequented by airplanes, nor in the path of an air mail line.
  • Extract from : « White Fire » by Roy J. Snell
  • Ted sealed the letter, addressed it, put two stamps on, marked it air mail and turned to the others.
  • Extract from : « Double Challenge » by James Arthur Kjelgaard
  • For years he had been an air mail pilot and then had established a field of his own for training and commercial flying.
  • Extract from : « Gypsies of the Air » by Bess Moyer
  • A revision of air mail rates upon a more systematic and permanent footing is necessary.
  • Extract from : « State of the Union Addresses of Herbert Hoover » by Herbert Hoover
  • They were cast as waitresses in the restaurant which served the pilots at the main western terminal of the air mail line.
  • Extract from : « Janet Hardy in Hollywood » by Ruthe S. Wheeler
  • And by the way, I suppose you will fly out along the Air Mail route.
  • Extract from : « The Flying Reporter » by Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss
  • In 1922 he went to Alaska where he pioneered in aviation and flew the first air mail in the Territory.
  • Extract from : « North Dakota » by Various
  • He grabbed the air mail; hurried to a train for Chicago, got another plane, and flew the mail through.
  • Extract from : « Famous Flyers » by David Goodger (
  • It was the same thing that had happened when he wrote the story of the Air Mail bandit.
  • Extract from : « The Flying Reporter » by Lewis E. (Lewis Edwin) Theiss

Antonyms for air mail

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