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answering machine a device connected to a telephone that records an incoming message from a caller when the telephone is not answered.
cable a message sent under the ocean by cable. [2/5 definitions]
collect paid by the person who receives the message. [1/5 definitions]
communication a message. [1/3 definitions]
courier someone who delivers messages, packages, and the like, esp. for a government, military organization, or business.
dispatch a message sent with speed, such as a news bulletin. [1/2 definitions]
electronic mail a written message sent between people from a computer in one location to a computer in another location; e-mail.
email a written message sent from one computer to another; electronic mail. [2/4 definitions]
greeting (plural) a message of friendliness or respect. [1/2 definitions]
letter a written message, usually sent through the mail. [1/3 definitions]
line1 a very short written message; letter. [1/10 definitions]
mandate the command or message given to an elected official by the votes of the people. [1/3 definitions]
memorandum a written message between two workers or groups of workers in the same business or other organization. [1/2 definitions]
message to send a message to (someone), especially using a cell phone or computer. [2/4 definitions]
postcard a small card that can be mailed without an envelope. Postcards often have a picture on one side and space for a message, address, and stamp on the other.
postscript a note or message added at the end of a letter following the writer's signature.
revelation a message to humans from a divine being, in which the existence, nature, or will of that divine being is made known. [1/3 definitions]
scramble to mix up a signal or message so that it cannot be understood. [1/8 definitions]
signal to send a message by making a signal or signals. [1/7 definitions]
slogan a short phrase used to state a principle or political message or to advertise a product; motto.
telegram a message sent in code by electronic means over wires.