Correct spelling for ADDREESED

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Possible correct spellings for addreesed

  • Addressed(Definition of addressed)
  • To the men he addressed all this was new.

  • Address(Definition of address)
  • Neither did i have any place to which to address my letters.

  • Readdressed
  • A little before the expiration of the two months, during which time the poste restante retained the letters containing the thirty thousand francs, he called for them, and readdressed and mailed them to other post-offices.

  • Redressed
  • He expressed an idea that, until ireland's wrongs had been redressed, there ought not to be a moment devoted to any other subject, and became very violent in his expressions of this opinion.

  • Addresses(Definition of Addresses)
  • No letters, no addresses."

  • Undressed(Definition of undressed)
  • I knew the hands was aboard, and arter watching 'is cabin-skylight until the light was out, i went and undressed.

    I hear the sons of the city and dispossessed Get down, get undressed

    – Lucretia (my Reflection) by kreator
  • Addressees
  • On august 4th following, a meeting of the citizens took place, at which a committee of public safety was elected, which should, in understanding with the postmaster, determine what mail matter should not be delivered by him to the addressees.

  • Dressed(Definition of dressed)
  • She was dressed as a country girl, but looked as lovely as a nymph.

    [?] just trying to be the best dressed Well I'm just aiming to be the greatest and nothing less Entertaining stadiums, radio's as I progress On my whole tribe on the quest to be the best

    – Made You Look Freestyle by Diggy Simmons
  • Addressee(Definition of addressee)
  • The calendar year has witnessed the introduction of the special delivery stamp, whereby on the payment of a delivery fee of 10 cents in addition to the ordinary postage, a letter immediately upon its arrival at the office of destination is sent by special messenger for delivery to the addressee.