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  • noun Plural form of addresser.

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Examples

  • If they did that the 'addressers' might be more effective - in fact, dealers!

    Pre-preposterous taxis

  • In my life, I am addressed in many different ways, according to the relationships I have with the addressers.

    What’s in a name, or a label, for Hillary? « Skulls in the Stars

  • A matter highly necessary to be known; by all young ladies especially, whose designing addressers too often endeavour to engage them by vows; and then plead conscience and honour to them to hold them down to the performance.

    Clarissa Harlowe

  • ATTRIBUTION: THOMAS PAINE, letter to the addressers on the late proclamation against seditious writings.

    Thomas Paine (1737-1809)

  • Sheriff should be obliged to return no other but the late addressers.

    Letter from Abigail Adams to John Adams, 15 August 1774

  • Madame Addlaide blamed the Queen for not doing as they did, assuring her that it was quite sufficient to mutter a few words that might sound like an answer, while the addressers, occupied with what they had themselves been saying, would always take it for granted that a proper answer had been returned.

    Court Memoirs of France Series — Complete

  • I repeat it once more, let the exclusively loyal gentry -- let the life and fortune men -- let the hole-and-corner addressers come forward, and point me out one instance amongst their whole hordes, of a man who ever volunteered to serve his country to such an extent.

    Memoirs of Henry Hunt, Esq. — Volume 2

  • Madame Addlaide blamed the Queen for not doing as they did, assuring her that it was quite sufficient to mutter a few words that might sound like an answer, while the addressers, occupied with what they had themselves been saying, would always take it for granted that a proper answer had been returned.

    Marie Antoinette — Volume 04

  • Madame Addlaide blamed the Queen for not doing as they did, assuring her that it was quite sufficient to mutter a few words that might sound like an answer, while the addressers, occupied with what they had themselves been saying, would always take it for granted that a proper answer had been returned.

    Marie Antoinette — Complete

  • Mr. Henry arrived the day it was reported; the addressers had not yet their strength around them.

    Memoir, Correspondence, And Miscellanies, From The Papers Of Thomas Jefferson, Volume 3

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