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1723, (w), ''The Lover and Reader'', page 115:
- He was thus agreeable, and I neither insensible of his Perfections, nor displeased at his Addresses to me (..).
1887, (w), ''A Study in Scarlet'', VII:
- Mr. Gregson, who had listened to this address with considerable impatience, could contain himself no longer.
A description of the location of a property, usually with at least a street name and number, name of a town, and now also a postal code; such a description as superscribed for direction on an envelope or letter. (defdate)
The property itself. (defdate)
*1789, (w), ''Zeluco'', Valancourt 2008, p. 129:
- The warmth of Father Pedro's constitution had formerly drawn him into some scrapes from which it required all his address to disengage himself, and rendered him exceedingly cautious ever after.
1813, "Customs, Manners, and present Appearance of Constantinople", ''The New Annual Register, or General Repository of History, Politics, and Literature for the year 1812'', p. 179 (Google preview):
- At their turning-lathes, they employ their toes to guide the chisel; and, in these pedipulations, shew to Europeans a diverting degree of address.
The act of getting ready; preparation. (defdate)
*1671, (w), ''Samson Agonistes'':
- But now again she makes address to speak.
To prepare oneself.
- Young ''Turnus'' to the Beauteous Maid addreſs’d.
1590, (w), ''(w)'', Book I Canto X:
- And this good knight his way with me addrest.
(RQ:Spenser Faerie Queene)
- Then ''Turnus'', from his chariot, leaping light, Addreſs’d himſelf on foot to ſingle fight.
1649, (w), ''The Great Exemplar of Sanctity and Holy Life According to the Christian Institution''
- The five foolish virgins addressed themselves at the noise of the bridegroom's coming.
To prepare oneself; to apply one's skill or energies (to some object); to betake.
(RQ:Macaulay History of England)
1851, (w), ''(w)'', 3|chapter 3
- (..) good heavens! dumplings for supper! One young fellow in a green box coat, addressed himself to these dumplings in a most direful manner.
1701, Brown (satirist)|Thomas Brown, ''Laconics, or New Maxims of State and Conversation'', London: Thomas Hodgson, section 76, p. 103,https://archive.org/details/laconicsornewmax00browuoft
- In the Reign of King ''Charles'' the Second, a certain Worthy Divine at ''Whitehall'', thus Address’d himself to the Auditory at the conclusion of his Sermon.
1813, (w), ''(w)'', Volume I, Chapter 11,http://www.gutenberg.org/files/42671/42671-h/42671-h.htm
- He addressed himself directly to Miss Bennet, with a polite congratulation (..)
1876, (w), ''(w)'', Chicago: S.C. Griggs & Co., p. 66, Article V, Section 34,http://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/9097/pg9097-images.html
- When any member is about to speak in debate, he shall rise and respectfully address himself to “Mr. Chairman.”
(quote-book)| chapter=The Defence of the Apology| title=The Works of John Jewel, Bishop of Salisbury| volume=4| location=Cambridge| publisher=University of Cambridge| year_published=1845| pageurl=https://archive.org/details/worksofjohnjewel04jewe/page/n77/| page=651| passage=Likewise Vincentius, and Petrus de Natalibus, and others your writers and recorders of fables could have told you that Tecla sometime addressed herself in man's apparel, and, had she not been forbidden by St Paul, would have followed him in company as a man.
(tea room sense) To direct, as words (''to'' anyone or anything); to make, as a speech, petition, etc. (''to'' any audience).
- though the young Heroe had addreſs’d his Prayers to him for his aſſiſtance
- Are not your orders to address the senate?
- The representatives of the nation in parliament, and the privy council, address the king
1989, (w), ''(w): (w)''
- Rimmer paused for no discernible reason, then yelled, equally inexplicably: 'Shut up!', wheeled round 180º, and appeared to be addressing a dartboard.
(quote-journal)| volume=189| issue=6| page=30| magazine=(w)| title=Finland spreads word on schools| passage=Imagine a country where children do nothing but play until they start compulsory schooling at age seven. Then, without exception, they attend comprehensives until the age of 16. (..) Children address teachers by their first names. Even 15-year-olds do no more than 30 minutes' homework a night.
To address oneself to; to prepare oneself for; to apply oneself to; to direct one's speech or discourse to.
(quote-journal)| title=Gemstones| passage=Although there are dozens of different types of gems, among the best known and most important are … . (Common gem materials not addressed in this article include amber, amethyst, chalcedony, garnet, lazurite, malachite, opals, peridot, rhodonite, spinel, tourmaline, turquoise and zircon.)
To direct attention towards a problem or obstacle, in an attempt to resolve it.
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To refer to a location in computer memory.