(名詞) 實體報紙；印刷版的報紙。因其傳播速度比網路新聞來得慢或慢如蝸牛而得名。亦寫成 snail-paper。
註：這個字顯然是仿效 snail mail (郵寄的實體信件 － 因其寄送速度比電子郵件慢許多而得名) 所創造的。
April 7 is International Snailpapers Day, celebrating hard-copy media.
—Bruce Spotleson, "Every day is a celebration," Las Vegas Sun, February 11, 2013
It's 2013. The screens are winning adherents left and right. Print newspapers are turning into "snailpapers" that arrive at our doorsteps with news that is 12 hours late.
—Dan Bloom, "Scissors, Paper, Screen: The Future of Reading," TeleRead, June 8, 2013