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noun (pl) addies
(informal) an e-mail address
Contemporary Examples

Viewers hardly knew addy, who was as weird as she was sweet.
‘Boardwalk Empire,’ ‘Game of Thrones’ and Other Best TV Deaths of 2011 Jace Lacob, Maria Elena Fernandez December 26, 2011

But the one scene that stands out the most for me is when she was making addy look pretty in the morgue.
The Craziest Show on TV Jace Lacob, Maria Elena Fernandez November 6, 2011

For 16-year-old addy Hanlon, there are really only two things that matter in the world: Cheerleading and her best friend, Beth.
This Week’s Hot Reads: July 23, 2012, All-Fiction Edition Mythili Rao July 22, 2012

When addy (Jamie Brewer) dies, you just feel her world crashing down.
The Craziest Show on TV Jace Lacob, Maria Elena Fernandez November 6, 2011

Historical Examples

Mr. addy (Sheffield Glossary) gives the first two lines as a game.
The Traditional Games of England, Scotland, and Ireland (Vol I of II) Alice Bertha Gomme

addy was only just in time to draw him back from the hall door as Prothero closed it.
The Creators May Sinclair

She was addy Ranger, the type-writer on the ground-floor, who had come up from her typewriting to see what she could do.
The Creators May Sinclair

And in the days of innocence addy Ranger had let out that it was Chagford where he was now.
The Creators May Sinclair

“And it’s killing her,” said addy, who had her back to the door.
The Creators May Sinclair

My goodness gracious goodness, you don’t mean to say that you’re addy!
Heartbreak House George Bernard Shaw


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