Entry from British & World English dictionary
An address for correspondence used by a person who wishes to conceal or does not have a permanent address: I opened an accommodation address in Paddington in a fictional name
More example sentences
- York Council trading standards manager, Elizabeth Levett, said: ‘It appears that the gang working in the area in the last few days has, until the end of May, been using an accommodation address in Newcastle.’
- ‘Whoever it was had changed our registered office to an accommodation address in Rochdale and then ordered tens of thousands of pounds worth of microchips,’ he said.
- The perpetrator has not yet been identified and the address on the documentation sent out ‘promoting’ the scheme is an accommodation address.
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