from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Not brought up for discussion or solution: questions that remain unaddressed.
- adj. Not containing the required address: unaddressed letters.
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- adj. Not having an address
- adj. Not discussed or considered
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. not addressed
"We're turning more and more into a Third World nation," Garner said last week, lamenting what he called unaddressed issues of illegal immigration and the lack of factories in Maryland.
The United Nations says enormous challenges remain unaddressed in the run-up to the long-delayed presidential election in Ivory Coast now scheduled for October 31.
The key question the memo raises but then leaves unaddressed is how Democrats in a tough cycle can win over those folks in the middle.
Prosecution Counsel Ms. Brenda Hollis informed the Court that there were a few issues that still remain unaddressed by the defence.
There are so many essential needs that remain unaddressed while the privileged few engage in the aesthetics and trivialities of design.
"This is not simply about repairing the damage from mindless violence but turning around the ship of long term unaddressed decline."
As long as the ongoing violation of the FISA statute, the ongoing violation of the Presidential Records act, the ongoing prisoner abuse as exemplified at Abu Ghraib and Guantanomo, the routine incarceration of journailists for the crime of acting a war zone, the ongoing use of Pentagon resources to influence US public opinion and the tacit approval all these activities enjoy from supposedly independent observers and the press remain unaddressed, then yes, I'm going to refer to ousting the AG as low hanging fruit.
They have also signaled their willingness to draft a legislative solution should the problem remain unaddressed.
Similarly, big-ticket military items are ineffective as counter-insurgency implements if the population perceives foreigners as illegitimate and if the other legs of the counter-insurgency stool -- political and economic stability -- remain unaddressed.
So the rest of the problem goes unaddressed, which is a crime.