Documents [noun]

Definition of Documents:

written communication

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Sentence/Example of Documents:

The Briton, holding the documents in a pudgy hand, looked at the swift-gestured director with portentous solemnity.

After another solemn inspection of Aristide, he stuck a pair of gold-rimmed glasses on his fleshy nose and perused the documents.

Samuel Pepys, a learned Englishman, died; celebrated for his collection of valuable documents, &c.

It was one of the many little human documents which had been unfolded to him during his long career as a physician.

I shall be coming to you next and saying that I'm going to be put in prison for selling secret documents to a foreign country.

The original documents (in duplicate) are drawn up in Spanish and in English respectively.

Entering, they found the principal seated at a table covered with papers and legal documents of all kinds.

She gathered the documents and placed them in the box, went upstairs, slowly packed her belongings, and called a cab.

But you are a gambler and so am I. I will play you for those documents against twenty-five thousand francs.

There are not many deliberately autobiographical writings that are markedly sincere; there are not many direct human documents.