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  • noun An electronic address; in particular, an e-mail address.


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Blend of e- ‘electronic’ + address.


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  • The link asks you to fill in your name, eddress, country, date of birth, and seems to assume you'll want to receive more emails about Seth.

    June 26th, 2008 2008

  • I wasn't going to get involved in the damn thing, particularly after my encounter with MySpace I still have a page, and it still scares me but a year or so ago a friend of ours who retired to France was invited to join by her nephew as a means of keeping in touch and once she'd joined she decided to invite her eddress book to join as well.

    December 6th, 2008 marlowe1 2008

  • I'll publish something if it is sent to me at the usual eddress.

    Archive 2007-03-25 2007

  • (link) I emailed you at the livejournal private message thing with an alternate eddress.

    kateelliott: Giveaway! Traitors' Gate ARC kateelliott 2009

  • (And, as I've pointed out from my particular experience, these postings are usually from non-anonymous users (non-anonymous in the sense that there is no instantly-obvious giveaway eddress like an. id@anon.server).

    The Sphinx of Russia Kelly, Aileen 1998


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  • One's email address.

    September 23, 2007

  • I'd imagine you'd have to make the "e" long on this word, or you'd end up w/ a lot of snail mail addresses. ;-)

    September 23, 2007

  • See also: addy.

    September 23, 2007

  • Not to be confused with an egress.

    September 23, 2007

  • I figured it was Ed's address. Whoever Ed is.

    September 23, 2007

  • Ed's my brother-in-law. What are you doing with his Eddress?

    September 23, 2007

  • I have some editorials I've been meaning to send him. And some edamame, providing I don't eat it all first. Then again, edibles are notoriously difficult to ship.

    September 23, 2007

  • How edifying. Ed would edaciously enjoy the edamame. Are the editorials about edifices? Ed's an architectural engineer, you know--quite educated.

    September 23, 2007

  • No, they're about edulcoration. More edgy than educational though, otherwise they'd be terribly boring.

    September 24, 2007

  • Eh, Ed's easygoing. ;-)

    September 24, 2007

  • I've been using this as a short form of "email address" for a while, and think it should become more common. What's your eddress?

    June 10, 2009