- n letters and packages that are transported by aircraft
- n a system of conveying mail by aircraft
- v send or transport by airmail
Letters to Europe from the U.S. are best airmailed
- Three days after the Army started to carry the airmail, Lieut.
- That law changed the method of government payments to airmail contractors.
- Long promised by Democrats is a "new deal'' in airmail subsidies, a breaking of the system fostered by Postmaster General Walter Folger Brown.
- Earl Weaver in Yahoo! Sports (blog)
We had to call the clubhouse man back in Baltimore to airmail that [bleeping] hat to us,Weaver said.
- Mariano Rivera in New York Times
I'm sure it was just an error,said Rivera, who added that he did not receive an apology from Boston. "Sometimes, we airmail the ball."
- Brian Tallet in National Post
My big thing was I didn't want to throw it away, I didn't want to airmail Lyle and compound problems,said Tallet. "It was going to be a bang-bang play so the best thing to do is keep it low. It just happened it rolled instead of going on a...