a notebook or equivalent electronic storage medium where one keeps names and addresses; in computing, esp. for email addresses
You can easily add and delete from the software's address book.
The address book can be found on my table in the study should need same.
Instead, he opens his address book and "there's two dead guys on every page."
Directing your attention to your address book, you have an entry in your address book of the Texas School Depository, do you not?
"With pleasure," said Count Poltavo, reaching for his address book.
Lady Galorey put down her address book impatiently: Does he look like an impostor?
You'll find the address under J. in my address book in my handbag.
And the printing in your address book to which you were addressing yourself was what?
He discovered that he had left his address book in his grip.
You were comparing that printing which you saw him put in your address book with what?
She tied the address book in the corner of her green veil while Mrs. Watterson looked on curiously.