- n. A small book where one writes other people's addresses and phone numbers in.
- n. computing The "Address book" stores contact information (especially e-mail addresses and other data, like postal addresses). It's generally included in Internet suites and operating system customizations.
“Marcus will deduce that I am rapidly proceeding binwards, and he will scratch my name out of his address book and leave me in peace.”
“She lived alone and apparently the police couldn't find her address book or any next-of-kin information.”
“I turned on the PDA and drafted the blank e-mail to Derek, then quickly flipped through the address book and carbon-copied Britney.”
“He'd met Carol North at the convention, and his address book showed she lived in Lauren, Kansas.”
“She made certain that no one was in the cubicles surrounding hers then looked through her address book and found the number of her favorite private eye, John Silbert Hemming.”
“An address book that included the names and phone numbers of four ranking Jack Dragna strongarms, listings for three other Dragna bagmen — cops he knew when he was LAPD — and a weird listing: “Karen Hiltscher, W. Hollywood Sheriff’s,” with “!!!!” in bright red doodles.”
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