Entry from British & World English dictionary
noun[mass noun] informal
Paper-based printed material, typically as contrasted with media that store or convey information electronically: we have to ask whether online publishing will ever replace treeware
More example sentences
- Thursday calls for the obligatory post telling everyone what's in this week's treeware.
- He mastered treeware, moved on to the analog technologies that the preceding generation created and then to the digital ones that sprung up in his lifetime.
- So much can happen in a month, and I blame that treeware glossy where I read about it.
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