addressed

[ US /əˈdɹɛst/ ]
[ UK /ɐdɹˈɛst/ ]
ADJECTIVE
  1. (of mail) marked with a destination
    I throw away all mail addressed to `resident'
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How To Use addressed In A Sentence

  • Though Jane tells herself stories, listens to stories told by others, and reads, she never writes anything other than a few letters-misaddressed and undelivered letters, at that.
  • Somehow, they gathered themselves to beat Limerick in the first round of the qualifiers but the core discontent hadn't been addressed.
  • That said, the advisability of perching a laurel crown on a horse-riding hat, which tended to happen after the equestrianism events, may have to be addressed.
  • He turned his back to the refrigerator and addressed the shaken lawman. WILD JUSTICE
  • This can easily be addressed by finding the right clothes to flatter her figure. The Sun
  • The final question addressed was the need to institute a sensible programme for tourism.
  • he addressed her caustically
  • This so-called "truncation" of the collection process calls for a redefinition of the duties incumbent on the holder and collecting and drawee banks and have been specifically addressed in the proposed legislation. ANC Daily News Briefing
  • The minutiae of meetings remains private, but the general gist is that it was a problem and it has been addressed.
  • It did not seem necessary to emend the satires (‘I Want a Writing Director,’ 1992; ‘Initiation Rites, Initiation Rights,’ 1991) as long as the conditions they addressed hadn't changed-and alas, they hadn't.
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