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name and address

Definitions

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. written directions for finding some location; written on letters or packages that are to be delivered to that location

Etymologies

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Examples

  • For the sake of our communications, I have always desired that Wareham's name and address should be known only to those on whom one can depend.

    With Zola in England

  • Nailsworth read the name and address to Rivera, who wrote it down on a memo pad.

    Practical Demonkeeping

  • Through the carelessness of one of M. Zola's friends, Wareham's name and address had lately been given to an English journalist usually resident in Paris, and this journalist had then come to London to try to discover the master's whereabouts.

    With Zola in England

  • The watcher stared fixedly at the poster — better than whirling around, but not much, Rafe thought as he got into the car and gave the hotel name and address to the driver.

    Command Decision

  • Godolphin agreed to shield Halifax from all mention in the matter, and the name and address of Joseph Addison were then taken down.

    Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great

  • I deem it needless to say, in conclusion, that whenever I see fit to overhaul the official conduct of any man in the columns of a public print, my name and address are patent to all applicants; for if I claim the right of a Junius I disclaim his nonentity, and so, Mr. Editor, apologizing on the score of haste for all imperfections, I bid you a goodnight.

    Recollections and reflections : an auto of half a century and more,

  • Guffey, humble as ever, accepted everything he was told, and asked only one thing in return: Might he have, please, the name and address of the person who had rented the car?

    Drowned Hopes

  • A WPL program could create templates like form letters, or could be used for entry of repetitious text (such as your return name and address for correspondence).

    The Apple II History, by Steven Weyhrich : Software

  • Could he tell me the name and address of the man on the midnight-to-eight shift who had called the ambulance?

    Till the Butchers Cut Him Down

  • “Suppose you write your name and address on this card for me,” said the President, reaching for one of the placecards on the table.

    A Dutch Boy Fifty Years After

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