addressed

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  • The special needs of senior citizens are addressed through a variety of programs.
  • He attracted many people in the way that he addressed the issues and his people.
  • It also means that the politics of economic change can be addressed.
  • Congress had never before addressed whether slaves were free if they set foot upon free soil.
  • The issue has not yet been addressed by any US court.
  • Data like these are often addressed in terms of control.
  • Some of these questions have been addressed, at least in part.
  • It may also be used by someone who is in some way senior to the person being addressed.
  • Degree of news and information diversity available to the public is also addressed.
  • Afterwards, he was often addressed or referred to by his rank.
  • NGOs which addressed those problems on the local level before could help with that.
  • She is addressed in various ways by fellow officers.
  • The matters of immediate concern that they addressed were fire and police protection.
  • Most of them were written for, and addressed to, ordinary people.
  • The fourth book has ten poems addressed mostly to friends.
  • It addressed racial and political issues at a difficult time in British society.
  • Others argued that only the social, civil and religious rights of women should be addressed, not the political rights.
  • He eventually realized that his love could not be addressed and committed suicide.
  • He addressed a small crowd from his hotel room.
  • Two books addressed to his wife confirm that he was married to a Christian wife.
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Root form of addressed is address for the verb.

Meaning of addressed

  • verb Speak to
    He addressed the crowd outside the window
  • verb Give a speech to
    The chairman addressed the board of trustees
  • verb Put an address on (an envelope)
  • verb Direct a question at someone
  • verb Address or apply oneself to something, direct one's efforts towards something, such as a question
  • verb Greet, as with a prescribed form, title, or name
    He always addresses me with `Sir', Call me Mister, She calls him by first name
  • verb Access or locate by address
  • verb Speak to someone
  • verb Adjust and aim (a golf ball) at in preparation of hitting
  • adjective (of mail) marked with a destination
    I throw away all mail addressed to `resident'