Definition of Hate mail
1. Noun. Mail that expresses the writer's dislike or hatred (usually in offensive language).
Definition of Hate mail
1. Noun. Hostile correspondence sent to an individual or group. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
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Literary usage of Hate mail
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1. Merriam-Webster's Dictionary of English Usage by Inc. Merriam-Webster (1994)
"1985 Amidst the junk mail and the hate mail and the crank mail —Aristides, American Scholar, Autumn 1979 He was merely walking amidst an inferior form of ..."
2. A World's Fair for the Global Village by Carl Malamud (1997)
"The program was changed to recognize phrases such as "I hate Santa," usually to the great surprise of those writing the hate mail. ..."
3. Whither Human Rights in Russia: Hearing Before the Commission on Security edited by Christopher H. Smith (1999)
"Most of the town's Jewish families had received hate mail. Anti-Semitic posters were plastered throughout the city of 80000, located halfway between Moscow ..."
4. State Of The Nation: South Africa 2004-2005 by John Daniel, Roger Southall, Jessica Lutchman (2005)
"... to very abusive calls and an arson attack, while Muslim organisations, community radio stations and newspapers across the country received hate mail. ..."
5. International Religious Freedom (2000): Report to Congress by the Department edited by Barbara Larkin (2001)
"... intolerance and xenophobia at a February 19, 2000 political demonstration, was subjected to hate mail and threats against herself and her family. ..."
6. A Very Public Offering: A Rebel's Story of Business Excess, Success, and by Stephan Paternot, Andrew Essex (2001)
"The next message posted my home address, in case anyone wanted to send me some hate mail. I was furious. To be told about this by my own board . . . and for ..."
7. Religious Intolerance in Europe Today: Hearing Before the Commission on edited by Alfonse M. D'Amato (1999)
"Most of these attacks, which include bomb threats, vandalism to our building, hate mail, obscene phone calls as well as threats to be expelled from school, ..."