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According to WordNet, the noun "paper" has 16 sense(s).

108062970 a business firm that publishes newspapers; "Murdoch owns many newspapers".

115345971 "Paper is a flat sheet of fibers, usually produced by spreading a wet solution of wood particles on a flat surface and drying through heat and pressure. The fibers can also be cotton or a synthetic, although typically the bulk of the substance is wood fibers. This includes all manner of paper products that may have varying thicknesses, colors or texture. This is distinguished from flat wood products such as plywood and particle board which have a structural function in building construction. Sheathing materials such as the paper affixed to sheetrock however, is paper.".

115408387 "Paper is a flat sheet of fibers, usually produced by spreading a wet solution of wood particles on a flat surface and drying through heat and pressure. The fibers can also be cotton or a synthetic, although typically the bulk of the substance is wood fibers. This includes all manner of paper products that may have varying thicknesses, colors or texture. This is distinguished from flat wood products such as plywood and particle board which have a structural function in building construction. Sheathing materials such as the paper affixed to sheetrock however, is paper.".

106269956 a scholarly article describing the results of observations or stating hypotheses; "he has written many scientific papers".

115321123 "Paper is a flat sheet of fibers, usually produced by spreading a wet solution of wood particles on a flat surface and drying through heat and pressure. The fibers can also be cotton or a synthetic, although typically the bulk of the substance is wood fibers. This includes all manner of paper products that may have varying thicknesses, colors or texture. This is distinguished from flat wood products such as plywood and particle board which have a structural function in building construction. Sheathing materials such as the paper affixed to sheetrock however, is paper.".

106267145 a daily or weekly publication on folded sheets; contains news and articles and advertisements; "he read his newspaper at breakfast".

103822171 the physical object that is the product of a newspaper publisher; "when it began to rain he covered his head with a newspaper".

115377179 "Paper is a flat sheet of fibers, usually produced by spreading a wet solution of wood particles on a flat surface and drying through heat and pressure. The fibers can also be cotton or a synthetic, although typically the bulk of the substance is wood fibers. This includes all manner of paper products that may have varying thicknesses, colors or texture. This is distinguished from flat wood products such as plywood and particle board which have a structural function in building construction. Sheathing materials such as the paper affixed to sheetrock however, is paper.".

115470803 "Paper is a flat sheet of fibers, usually produced by spreading a wet solution of wood particles on a flat surface and drying through heat and pressure. The fibers can also be cotton or a synthetic, although typically the bulk of the substance is wood fibers. This includes all manner of paper products that may have varying thicknesses, colors or texture. This is distinguished from flat wood products such as plywood and particle board which have a structural function in building construction. Sheathing materials such as the paper affixed to sheetrock however, is paper.".

106255613 a medium for written communication; "the notion of an office running without paper is absurd".

115439595 "Paper is a flat sheet of fibers, usually produced by spreading a wet solution of wood particles on a flat surface and drying through heat and pressure. The fibers can also be cotton or a synthetic, although typically the bulk of the substance is wood fibers. This includes all manner of paper products that may have varying thicknesses, colors or texture. This is distinguished from flat wood products such as plywood and particle board which have a structural function in building construction. Sheathing materials such as the paper affixed to sheetrock however, is paper.".

115308386 "Paper is a flat sheet of fibers, usually produced by spreading a wet solution of wood particles on a flat surface and drying through heat and pressure. The fibers can also be cotton or a synthetic, although typically the bulk of the substance is wood fibers. This includes all manner of paper products that may have varying thicknesses, colors or texture. This is distinguished from flat wood products such as plywood and particle board which have a structural function in building construction. Sheathing materials such as the paper affixed to sheetrock however, is paper.".

115501667 "Paper is a flat sheet of fibers, usually produced by spreading a wet solution of wood particles on a flat surface and drying through heat and pressure. The fibers can also be cotton or a synthetic, although typically the bulk of the substance is wood fibers. This includes all manner of paper products that may have varying thicknesses, colors or texture. This is distinguished from flat wood products such as plywood and particle board which have a structural function in building construction. Sheathing materials such as the paper affixed to sheetrock however, is paper.".

115532541 "Paper is a flat sheet of fibers, usually produced by spreading a wet solution of wood particles on a flat surface and drying through heat and pressure. The fibers can also be cotton or a synthetic, although typically the bulk of the substance is wood fibers. This includes all manner of paper products that may have varying thicknesses, colors or texture. This is distinguished from flat wood products such as plywood and particle board which have a structural function in building construction. Sheathing materials such as the paper affixed to sheetrock however, is paper." (entry from SUMO termFormat and documentation) .

106409752 an essay (especially one written as an assignment); "he got an A on his composition".

114974264 a material made of cellulose pulp derived mainly from wood or rags or certain grasses.


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