Definitions

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  • n. An extracellular protein of the endothelium of venules.

Etymologies

address +‎ -in (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • Plz tu be addressin n e complayintz to mye lolyerz.

    Babysitting… - Lolcats 'n' Funny Pictures of Cats - I Can Has Cheezburger?

  • He rested his elba on his knee, an 'his chin on his hand, an' lookit quite at hame, like's he'd been accustomed addressin 'meetin's a' his born days.

    My Man Sandy

  • "Aire you addressin 'yer remarks ter me?" asked Bud, looking over the back of the seat at Bud.

    Ted Strong's Motor Car

  • Do you know that y'er addressin 'y'er superior officer?

    Duty, and other Irish Comedies

  • "Prison-ar," he sez, addressin '' ARRY (_imitation of the voice and manner of a retired Colonel_), "Prison-ar, 'ave you -- har -- hanythink to say in your beyarf -- har?"

    Punch, Or The London Charivari, Volume 101, July 11, 1891

  • 'I've been addressin' a big meetin 'at' Ammersmith this morning, and w'en I told 'em I wus comin '' ere this awfternoon to speak fur the women – well – then the usual thing began. '

    The Convert

  • The rest of the crowd sort o 'bunched in one end of the room an' when you began addressin 'the congregation, so to speak, on the habits, character, customs and breedin' of sailor-men in general an 'the present company in particular, I see right there that you was a-bitin' off more 'n you could chaw.

    The Winning of Barbara Worth

  • Also his way of addressin 'his male parent would give another jolt to a lot of people, I suppose.

    Torchy As A Pa

  • 'I've been addressin' a big meetin 'at' Ammersmith this morning, and w'en I told 'em I wus comin '' ere this awfternoon to speak fur the women -- well -- then the usual thing began. '

    The Convert

  • At the other end of the table Sadie is havin 'more or less the same experience; for every time she tries to cut in with some cheerful observation she finds she's addressin' either

    Odd Numbers Being Further Chronicles of Shorty McCabe

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