n. 25B6; noun
the address on the envelope : inscription, superscription; directions.
our officers called at the address : HOUSE, flat, apartment, home; formal residence, dwelling, dwelling place, habitation, abode, domicile.
his address to the European Parliament : SPEECH, lecture, talk, monologue, dissertation, discourse, oration, peroration; sermon, homily, lesson.
I addressed the envelope by hand : inscribe, superscribe.
the preacher addressed a crowded congregation : TALK TO, give a talk to, speak to, make a speech to, give a lecture to, lecture, hold forth to; PREACH TO, give a sermon to.
the question of how to address one's parents-in-law : CALL, name, designate; speak to, write to; formal denominate.
correspondence should be addressed to the Banking Ombudsman : DIRECT, send, communicate, convey, remit.
the minister failed to address the issue of subsidies : ATTEND TO, apply oneself to, tackle, see to, deal with, confront, get to grips with, get down to, turn one's hand to, take in hand, undertake, concentrate on, focus on, devote oneself to.