Definition of unaddressed in English:

unaddressed

Line breaks: un|ad¦dressed
Pronunciation: /ʌnəˈdrɛst
 
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adjective

1Not considered or dealt with: wider questions remain unaddressed
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  • The pursuit of this goal - defined mostly in military terms that leave economic and human security issues unaddressed - is fraught with difficulties.
  • In its statement yesterday, CBS left a few issues unaddressed.
  • But he leaves unaddressed the issue of health care and the fact that 43 million Americans do not have health care insurance.
2(Of a letter or other item sent in the post) having no address written or printed on it.
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  • Kohut said people can notify Canada Post if they do not wish to receive unaddressed mail.
  • Written on plain parchment, unaddressed, with a plain seal, there was nothing to say what it was.
  • Fed up of the amount of junkmail we were not reading and simply throwing away into the paperbank, we simply put a note on the door, asking for no more unaddressed mail and advertising to be delivered.

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