n. (mail slot English)
Usage examples of "mail slots".
He checked the mail slots--no Arden _Burke_ listed--Arden _Smith_ in 2-D.
When the van turns onto Sumner, where the buildings have mail slots instead of boxes, the route man simply throws the wrapped papers at the front doors.
The mailbox layout was identical in all of the buildings--banks of metal mail slots, rows and rows of them, bearing poorly printed Spanish surnames and apartment numbers.
The mail slots on the wall were brass, again polished, and indicated that the building had been converted to four apartments.
The mail slots in the Versailles lobby listed a Maynard Coleman in Apartment 803.
The big fellow put his locker key into the envelope, addressed the envelope and dropped it into one of the nearby mail slots.
Paper bags in our mail slots, or in our office drawers-notes attached instructing us to burn them.
They just tore the place up: smashed windows, knocked over chimneys, dumped trash into mail slots, kicked the wharf and boathouse to bits--had a time of it, actually.
They just tore the place up: smashed windows, knocked over chimneys, dumped trash into mail slots, kicked the wharf and boathouse to bits—.
As I crossed the newsroom toward the mail slots, Sala called me from the darkroom.
A mail carrier was crumpled on the floor before the open honeycomb of mail slots, undelivered envelopes piled at his shoes.
Raising a hand to his face, George glanced at the row of mail slots.