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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of readdress.

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Examples

  • Believe that one man sorts through and readdresses mail, writes forged letters to people all over town, well-researched letters at that, is responsible for two suicides as well as God knows what else?

    Baby Games

  • At the moment there is a big tax and benefit disadvantage for being married so if this readdresses the balance then so much the good.

    Personal finance and money news, analysis and comment | guardian.co.uk

  • Now, in research published this week by Chatham House, a commission of the great and the good readdresses the issue of Britain and the euro and the prospect that, by the middle of the next decade, the UK could be in a minority of one, two or maybe three outside a eurozone of up to 25 member countries.

    Latest financial, market & economic news and analysis | guardian.co.uk

  • It is the attempted departure from Ritchie’s established canon of filmic conventions that guarantees the failure of the film overall- while Ritchie introduces these new character types, and readdresses the masculine bias of his films, but still refuses to move on from those sometimes stifling characteristics of his former glories he will never really succeed.

    Simon wonders what a ROCKNROLLA is… | Obsessed With Film

  • The ultimate test comes for Lily when, after receiving a check for ten thousand dollars from her aunt’s estate—a check that she immediately readdresses—she is still faced with the enduring problem of her future.

    The House of Mirth

  • The ultimate test comes for Lily when, after receiving a check for ten thousand dollars from her aunt’s estate—a check that she immediately readdresses—she is still faced with the enduring problem of her future.

    The House of Mirth

  • The ultimate test comes for Lily when, after receiving a check for ten thousand dollars from her aunt’s estate—a check that she immediately readdresses—she is still faced with the enduring problem of her future.

    The House of Mirth

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