Definition of Letter:

  1. Written communication or instrument that affirms existence of a fact or obligation, or grant of a power or right.

  2. Literature.

  3. A style of typeface.

  4. Inscribe letters or writing on.

  5. The precise terms of a statement or requirement; the strict verbal interpretation.

  6. A character representing one or more of the sounds used in speech; any of the symbols of an alphabet.

  7. Be awarded an emblem, in the shape of the initial letter of the name of one’s high school or college, for achievement in sports.

  8. A written, typed, or printed communication, especially one sent in an envelope by mail or messenger.

Synonyms of Letter

Written works, Writings, Writing, Creative writing, Literary texts, Compositions, Letters, Belles-lettres, Alphabetical character, Character, Sign, Symbol, Mark, Type, Figure, Device, Rune, PP, RD, RFD, Accurately, Acknowledgment, Advice, Airmail, Alphabet, Alphabetize, Answer, Art, Article, Ascender, Autograph, Back, Bastard type, Beard, Belles-lettres, Belly, Bevel, Billet, Black letter, Blueprint, Body, Book post, Brainchild, Business letter, Cap, Capital, Capitalize, Case, Character, Charactering, Characterization, Chart, Chit, Choreography, Communication, Communique, Composition, Computer printout, Conventional representation, Copy, Correspondence, Counter, Culture, Dance notation, Delineation, Demonstration, Depiction, Depictment, Descender, Diagram, Direct mail, Direct-mail selling, Dispatch, Document, Draft, Drama, Drawing, Edited version, Em, Embassy, En, Engrossment, Epistle, Erudition, Essay, Exactly, Exemplification, Express, Face, Fair copy, Fat-faced type, Favor, Feet, Fiction, Figuration, Final draft, Finished version, First draft, Flimsy, Font, Fourth-class mail, Frank, Groove, Halfpenny post, Hieroglyphic, Holograph, Iconography, Ideogram, Illustration, Imagery, Imaging, Initial, Inscribe, Italic, Junk mail, Learning, Letter post, Letters, Ligature, Limning, Line, Literae scriptae, Literally, Literary artefact, Literary production, Literatim, Literature, Logogram, Logograph, Logotype, Lower case, Lucubration, Mail, Mail-order selling, Mailing list, Majuscule, Manuscript, Map, Mark, Matter, Memorandum, Message, Minuscule, Missive, Musical notation, Newspaper post, Nick, Nonfiction, Notation, Note, Opus, Original, Paper, Parcel post, Parchment, Penscript, Pi, Pica, Pictogram, Picturization, Piece, Piece of writing, Plan, Play, Pneumatogram, Poem, Point, Portraiture, Portrayal, Post, Post day, Precisely, Prefigurement, Presentment, Print, Printed matter, Printing, Printout, Production, Projection, Reading matter, Realization, Recension, Registered mail, Release, Rendering, Rendition, Reply, Report, Representation, Rescript, Roman, Rural delivery, Rural free delivery, Sans serif, Schema, Scholarship, Score, Screed, Scrip, Script, Scrive, Scroll, Sea mail, Seapost, Second draft, Shank, Shoulder, Sic, Sign, Small cap, Small capital, Special delivery, Special handling, Spell out, Stamp, Stem, Strictly, Surface mail, Syllabary, Symbol, Tablature, Telegram, The written word, Thus, To the letter, Transcribe, Transcript, Transcription, Transliterate, Type, Type body, Type class, Type lice, Typecase, Typeface, Typefounders, Typefoundry, Typescript, Upper case, Verbatim, Version, Word, Word for word, Work, Write, Writing, Written message, Message, Written communication, Communication, Note, Line, Missive, Epistle, Dispatch, Report, Bulletin

How to use Letter in a sentence?

  1. A capital letter.
  2. Roger received a letter of recommendation from his college professor when he graduated due to his assistance with the professors research project during the school year.
  3. The world of letters.
  4. We must be seen to keep the spirit of the law as well as the letter.
  5. Her name was lettered in gold.
  6. I decided to write the girl I like a love letter and tell her how I feel about her and if she likes me.
  7. You may want to write a letter to a business partner if things have gone sour and you want to repair the relationship.
  8. He sent a letter to Mrs. Falconer.
  9. Juniors who lettered in soccer, basketball, or softball.

Meaning of Letter & Letter Definition