paper (part of speech: noun)
note paper, wrapping paper, rice paper, paper, tissue, crepe, blotting paper, papier-mache, foolscap, bond, parchment, cardboard, manila, carbon paper, tarpaper, wall paper, wax paper, cellophane, roofing paper, onionskin, newsprint
- A testimonial is got up, an address engrossed on vellum, speeches are made, and a purse handed over containing a draft for so many hundreds, 'in recognition, not in reward, of your long continued and successful ministrations. - "Hodge and His Masters", Richard Jefferies.
- They are nearly all bound in vellum, and thus retain their antique appearance without as well as within. - "The Booklover and His Books", Harry Lyman Koopman.
- Done on sheepskin and vellum, gray and brown with age, yet with colors as bright as on the day they were drawn, these maps spoke of an age that was gone and of a map- making art that is lost forever. - "Curlie Carson Listens In", Roy J. Snell.