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letterhead Line breaks: letter|head
Pronunciation: /ˈlɛtəhɛd/
(also letter heading)

Definition of letterhead in English:


1A printed heading on stationery, stating a person or organization’s name and address: write to the company’s registered office, which you can normally get from their letterhead
More example sentences
  • Project topics included in the book are designing video and CD covers, scanning techniques for print and the web, blending photos, creating letterheads, and reducing file sizes.
  • Somebody got old letterheads and signatures, and cut and pasted.
  • Thieves imitate well-known Web sites or send email with fake letterheads and ask for personal information, collect the replies and abuse what they learn.
1.1 [mass noun] Stationery with a printed heading.
Example sentences
  • It should be on company letterhead, cleanly printed and inviting to read.
  • It seems odd that the memos were simply typed on blank sheets of paper instead of some kind of letterhead.
  • Because the responses will be made public, we would appreciate resulting actual documents on appropriate letterhead.

Words that rhyme with letterhead

bobsled • cirriped • biped

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