Definition of home address in English:

home address

noun

  • 1The address of one's home.

    ‘if she has given her home address, that is where the letter will be sent’
    • ‘Before he died, he had crossed his home address out on his passport.’
    • ‘I am starting a business and don't want to use my home address on mailers and business cards.’
    • ‘They knew my name, my email address, my university, my home address—everything!’
    • ‘The father has only a home address listed.’
    • ‘Confirmation of a home address will also be required.’
    • ‘People often use their home address, age, spouse's name, Social Security number, or date of birth.’
    • ‘A sheriff was looking up a woman's home address using a private system.’
    • ‘Up on the screen came all his home addresses for the past few years.’
    • ‘She recited the information as promptly as if he'd asked for her home address.’
    • ‘Don't carry details of your home address along with bank cards—remember, driving licences have addresses on them too!’
    1. 1.1 The place where one lives permanently.
      ‘seventeen stolen vehicles were found at his home address’
      • ‘They considered it inappropriate, for confidentiality reasons, to make contact with families of those who are no longer living at their home address.’
      • ‘He told the court that the mother of the accused did not want him to reside at his home address.’
      • ‘Following complaints filed against him by victims' organizations, he left his home address.’
      • ‘Some retailers eager to make a sale even suggest shipping an item to your home address to avoid sales taxes.’
      • ‘Sumadh Gardens is the home address of several prominent San Fernandians.’
      • ‘The courier delivered it to the home address.’
      • ‘Her home address was Oakley Crescent, but that night she was staying at her grandmother's home at the opposite end of the town.’
      • ‘The goods were sent to his home address.’
      • ‘He was found with 11 stolen lawnmowers in his possession at his home address.’
      • ‘After the shotgun had discharged, he placed it in a rubbish bin and crawled back to his home address.’