notepaper notepaper


  • (n) writing paper intended for writing short notes or letters


  1. Sometimes the ink would bleed through the notepaper, and so on the reverse another vague drawing was born.
  2. After a moment of prayer, he reached for a sheet of notepaper and wrote out a short piece for solo violin.
  3. At a hotel that evening the musician scribbled the song on a piece of notepaper, gave it to his admirer.


  • Read Donald Glover’s Handwritten Notes About Leaving Community

    Back in July, when we reported that Donald Glover was going to spend less time on Community, it appeared that his music career was the main reason. However, last night Glover Instagrammed a series of highly confessional notes, handwritten on hotel notepaper, that offer a different story. Beyond statements like, ... More »        
    on October 15, 2013     Source: Vulture


  1. "They've all got their own headed notepaper for thank-you letters," Posh tells London's The Times about her boys: Brooklyn, 9, Romeo, 6, and Cruz, 3. "People are always remarking on how well-behaved the boys are."
    on Dec 3, 2008 By: David Beckham Source: People Magazine

  2. Donohoe said he did "not have a clue" how many flyers had been sent out, adding: "It shouldn't have been sent on that notepaper. I gave instructions for that not to happen."
    on Aug 23, 2008 By: Brian Donohoe Source: Sunday Herald

  3. "I hated it when she would send me flowers or little gifts, or gooey notes on that baby blue notepaper of hers," Davis said. "She would send anyone who gave her their address a thank-you note. She sent thank-you notes for thank-you notes. She...
    on Feb 24, 2008 By: Bette Davis Source: Chicago Sun-Times

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