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Address

v.

1) To aim; to direct.

2) To prepare or make ready.

3) Reflexively: To prepare one's self; to apply one's skill or energies (to some object); to betake.

4) To clothe or array; to dress.

5) To direct, as words (to any one or any thing); to make, as a speech, petition, etc. (to any one, an audience).

6) To direct speech to; to make a communication to, whether spoken or written; to apply to by words, as by a speech, petition, etc., to speak to; to accost.

7) To direct in writing, as a letter; to superscribe, or to direct and transmit; as, he addressed a letter.

8) To make suit to as a lover; to court; to woo.

9) To consign or intrust to the care of another, as agent or factor; as, the ship was addressed to a merchant in Baltimore.

v. i.

1) To prepare one's self.

2) To direct speech.

v. t.

1) Act of preparing one's self.

2) Act of addressing one's self to a person; verbal application.

3) A formal communication, either written or spoken; a discourse; a speech; a formal application to any one; a petition; a formal statement on some subject or special occasion; as, an address of thanks, an address to the voters.

4) Direction or superscription of a letter, or the name, title, and place of residence of the person addressed.

5) Manner of speaking to another; delivery; as, a man of pleasing or insinuating address.

6) Attention in the way one's addresses to a lady.

7) Skill; skillful management; dexterity; adroitness.

Example Sentences for

Address

1) I ve been invited to Address young people in both China and South Korea because of concerns about high levels of depression and suicide in those rapidly developing, hard-working nations.
2) This Address caused a considerable change in the physiognomy of my own auditor.
3) Questions about my dependency had always lingered on the edges of my consciousness, but after that day I put them at the forefront of my mind, and I decided to Address them aggressively.
4) “If this is the way you talk to your father now,” he said gravely, “I wonder how you will Address your enemies when you grow up.”
5) Tommy Atkins -LRB- often just Tommy -RRB- is a term for a common soldier in the British Army that was already well established in the nineteenth century , but is particularly associated with World War I. It can be used as a term of reference , or as a form of Address
6) Edward, she believed, was still in town, and fortunately she had heard his Address from Miss Steele.
7) The term switching is generally used to refer to data forwarding between two network devices with the same network Address
8) This Address caused a considerable change in the physiognomy of my own auditor.
9) Joyfully , she decides to cast aside her folly and dissipation , and uses her talents energetically to be a good wife , a fervent friend , and a kind mother , and she ends the book by saying laughingly , `` Now , Lady Delacour , to show that she is reformed , comes forward to Address the audience with a moral -- a moral !
10) The working-man is not going to drag the honour of Dublin in the mud to please a German monarch.’ ‘How’s that?ssaid the old man. ‘Don’t you know they want to present an Address of welcome to Edward Rex if he comes here next year?
11) His appearance however was not unpleasing, in spite of his being in the opinion of Marianne and Margaret an absolute old bachelor, for he was on the wrong side of five and thirty; but though his face was not handsome, his countenance was sensible, and his Address was particularly gentlemanlike.
12) However , Diffie-Hellman key exchange did not Address the `` identity authentication ' problem of being sure of the actual identity of the person or an entity
13) if it is an anonymous user , you can click on their IP Address
14) The Address looked simple, unpretentious, and somehow inviting.
15) Dana stopped at a filling station and got directions to the Address Commandant Frasier had given her
16) The six monologues of The Waves speak into a luminous void; they do not actually Address one another.
17) He gave the Address to whoever was on the phone.
18) The CPU firstly sends a number through an Address bus , a number called memory Address , that indicates the desired location of data
19) Other recipients will not see the Bcc recipients email Address in the mail
20) As Mr Bumble paused to take breath, after delivering this Address in an awful voice, the tears rolled down the poor child’s face, and he sobbed bitterly. ‘Come,ssaid Mr Bumble, somewhat less pompously, for it was gratifying to his feelings to observe the effect his eloquence had produced; Come, Oliver!
21) Questions about my dependency had always lingered on the edges of my consciousness, but after that day I put them at the forefront of my mind, and I decided to Address them aggressively.
22) As Mr Bumble paused to take breath, after delivering this Address in an awful voice, the tears rolled down the poor child’s face, and he sobbed bitterly. ‘Come,ssaid Mr Bumble, somewhat less pompously, for it was gratifying to his feelings to observe the effect his eloquence had produced; Come, Oliver!
23) However , it was here that Abraham Lincoln delivered the famous Gettysburg Address
24) Brida had heard about it and finally managed to get the Address from the person teaching the b r i da 19 course on astral travel she was currently attending.
25) Will you be wanting to Address the company before we go into the acceleration tanks?
26) 1-operand -LRB- one Address machines -RRB- , so called accumulator machines , include most early computers and many small microcontrollers : Most instructions specify a single explicit right operand -LRB- a register , a memory location , or a constant -RRB- with the implicit accumulator as both destination and left -LRB- or only -RRB- operand : load a , add b , store c. A related class is practical stack machines which often allow a single explicit operand in arithmetic instructions : push a , add b , pop c
27) Manny gave me the Address and I punched it into my GPS then hung up and headed his way.
28) All the systems of morals which Address themselves with a view to their happiness,sas it is calledówhat else are they but suggestions for behaviour adapted to the degree of DANGER from themselves in which the individuals live; recipes for their passions, their good and bad propensities, insofar as such have the Will to Power and would like to play the master; small and great expediencies and elaborations, permeated with the musty odour of old family medicines and old-wife wisdom; all of them grotesque 110 Beyond Good and Evil and absurd in their formóbecause they Address themselves to all,sbecause they generalize where generalization is not authorized; all of them speaking unconditionally, and taking themselves unconditionally; all of them flavoured not merely with one grain of salt, but rather endurable only, and sometimes even seductive, when they are over-spiced and begin to smell dangerously, especially of the other world.í
29) Non-static IP Addresses or hosts that are otherwise not permanent proxies should typically be blocked for a shorter period of time , as it is likely the IP Address will eventually be transferred or dynamically reassigned , or the open proxy closed
30) Edward, who had till then looked any where, rather than at her, saw her hurry away, and perhaps saw— or even heard, her emotion; for immediately afterwards he fell into a reverie, which no remarks, no inquiries, no affectionate Address of Mrs Dashwood could penetrate, and at last, without saying a word, quitted the room, and walked out towards the village—leaving the others in the greatest astonishment and perplexity on a change in his situation, so wonderful and so sudden;—a perplexity which they had no means of lessening but by their own conjectures. 432 Sense and Sensibility Chapter 49 U naccountable, however, as the circumstances of his release might appear to the whole family, it was certain that Edward was free; and to what purpose that freedom would be employed was easily pre-determined by all;—for after experiencing the blessings of ONE imprudent engagement, contracted without his mother’s consent, as he had already done for more than four years, nothing less could be expected of him in the failure of THAT, than the immediate contraction of another.