unaddressed


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un·ad·dressed

 (ŭn-ə-drĕst′)
adj.
1. Not brought up for discussion or solution: questions that remain unaddressed.
2. Not containing the required address: unaddressed letters.
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unaddressed

(ˌʌnəˈdrɛst)
adj
(of a letter, package, etc) not having an address
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Adj.1.unaddressed - not addressedunaddressed - not addressed; "an unaddressed envelope"
addressed - (of mail) marked with a destination; "I throw away all mail addressed to `resident'"
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unaddressed

[ˈʌnəˈdrest] ADJ [letter] → sin señas
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