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Synonyms for address

give a speech to

Synonyms

  • give a speech to
  • talk to
  • speak to
  • lecture
  • discourse
  • harangue
  • give a talk to
  • spout to
  • hold forth to
  • expound to
  • orate to
  • sermonize to

speak to

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take aim at

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address yourself to something

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Synonyms for address

to direct speech to

Synonyms

to talk to an audience formally

to bring an appeal or request, for example, to the attention of

to mark (a written communication) with its destination

to devote (oneself or one's efforts)

to cause (something) to be conveyed to a destination

a usually formal oral communication to an audience

romantic attentions

behavior through which one reveals one's personality

the ability to say and do the right thing at the right time

Synonyms for address

(computer science) the code that identifies where a piece of information is stored

the place where a person or organization can be found or communicated with

the manner of speaking to another individual

a sign in front of a house or business carrying the conventional form by which its location is described

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the stance assumed by a golfer in preparation for hitting a golf ball

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social skill

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give a speech to

put an address on (an envelope)

direct a question at someone

address or apply oneself to something, direct one's efforts towards something, such as a question

greet, as with a prescribed form, title, or name

Synonyms

access or locate by address

adjust and aim (a golf ball) at in preparation of hitting

References in periodicals archive ?
Similar to salutations, the choice of valediction is determined by the degree of familiarity and affection that exists between the addressor and the addressee.
14), and adverbs such as or lastly, can be used for the enumeration of pieces of information in an order chosen by the addressor, and perform a linking function.
Even before the analysis of addressor and addressee relations in a poem, the teacher should begin with the analysis of context, because a clear understanding of context enables the learner to comprehend other features of the poem.
21) Some of her responses assured addressors of royal favour: Anne thanked both Cambridge and Oxford Universities for their addresses and promised to 'take care' of them; (22) similarly, she assured the Dissenting Ministers of Dublin of her 'protection'.
Each rime a doubt intervenes, that is, each time a question is posed, a unique beloved is upheld, and the lover is forced to choose one of two positions: either he is the active addressor of an infinite line of questions or he is unable to enunciate at all.
The lithographed postcard picturing the lynching of Virgil Jones, Robert Jones, Thomas Jones, and Joseph Riley is instructive in this regard as it seems to pit a cedar "tree-house" against an actual home address in distinguishing the lynched victims from the postcard's (most likely white) addressee and addressor.
The transformation which all white South Africans must undergo for mutual intelligibility includes the translation of the genre of autobiography from the conventional narrative of being of authorial subject to narrative of becoming for both addressor and addressee" (Coullie 2005: 16, original emphases).
This means that the choice of each referential device at each stage of the communicative process depends on several cognitive, pragmatic and structural factors, such as the degree of activation of the referred entities in both the addressor's and addressee's memories, the situational or the emotional distance with which the addressor perceives the referents and the competition in accessibility of the referents concerned at a given point of the discourse, due to their similar cognitive salience, among others.
Whether formal or thematic, such overhearing authorized women writers to construct their own literary tradition from the existing canon of world literature, which had excluded them as either addressor or addressee.
Not every one addressed in letters is "dear" to the addressor.
These groups are subdivided in positive, negative or neuter, according to the result of the action with the addressor, the addressee or a third party.
A name designates some thing by bringing that thing into the space/time of the present place, the "I-here-now," such that the name Rome, for example, situates the referent, addressor, and addressee in relation to an "as-if right here.
Gisele Mathieu-Castellani observes that in Baroque style, the addressor tries to dominate addressees by semiotically pushing or coercing them into believing and accepting his/her message, never failing to seek and secure audience assent.
A] phrase presents what it is about, the case, ta pragmata, which is its referent; what is signified about the case, the sense, tier Sinn; that to which or addressed to which this is signified about the case, the addressee; that "through" which or in the name of which this is signified about the case, the addressor.