Definition of addy in US English:



  • An address, especially an email address.

    ‘I just sent you a note from my other addy’
    • ‘If you want to enter, e-mail me with the answers at the addy on the left.’
    • ‘Just thought I would add my post, and a email addy.’
    • ‘How about putting the @ symbol someplace in the addy.’
    • ‘Ray had gotten Alan's addy wrong, so we corrected it without my reading the message, and sent it off again.’
    • ‘I don't have her damn addy.’
    • ‘Which addy of mine did you send it to?’
    • ‘Either leave a review or contact me at my e-mail addy.’
    • ‘As ever, the survey is entirely anonymous, so no need to provide personal details or email addy.’
    • ‘Ok, now all I have to do is email Anna all the email addies of those I'd like to share my big night with, and she'll organise the lot.’
    • ‘Just e-mail me at the addy to the right and I'll pop you right back in.’
    • ‘In the meantime, of course, anything on his wishlist gets sent to his home addy automatically.’
    • ‘If you'd like, I can email my sister's addy, or write her myself, and she could point you toward a good teacher.’
    • ‘You can find his email addy here.’
    • ‘The addy should change by itself, but it won't do that forever.’
    • ‘I am getting so much spam on an old email addy that I'm going to have to switch it off.’
    • ‘I have a new e-mail addy, and a new personal site (still in major construction mode), powered by BlogWorks XML.’
    • ‘Have you ever noticed that these idiots never have the courage to leave their addy or link?’
    • ‘I don't know how they do it, but lately I've been getting a whole bunch of emails addressed only to my addy.’
    • ‘I have a new e-mail addy.’
    • ‘I'll certainly take an email addy or a phone number if someone's willing to give it to me, but I don't insist.’
    • ‘Here is my e-mail addy again!’
    • ‘I've got your email addy pinned to my bulletin board.’
    • ‘Leave a comment with a valid email addy and we can exchange IM info.’
    • ‘I already have their email addy and have emailed them several times.’
    • ‘Drop me an email (the addy is on the left) if you think you can help.’
    • ‘It is free, and they don't sell your addy or spam you.’
    • ‘Hmm, do you think they may have mistyped the addy?’
    • ‘As you can see from the addy on the right I have a brand, spanking new email address.’
    • ‘Feel free to contact me at my email addy.’
    • ‘Tiscali refused to give a pensioner an email addy with his own name - because part of it was deemed ‘offensive’ by the ISP.’
    • ‘If I could snag his e-mail addy I could ask him which of his predecessors were British.’
    • ‘And those users with ‘openworld’ in a their email addy can also breathe a sigh of relief since this will remain unaffected by the changes.’
    • ‘And please, if you use email, make the subject ‘Beyond Friends’ so that I know where you got the addy from.’
    • ‘Oh, I adore my dear addy, which has served me so well over the years.’