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address book

noun

a notebook or equivalent electronic storage medium where one keeps names and addresses; in computing, esp. for email addresses

Examples

You can easily add and delete from the software's address book.

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  • "With pleasure," said Count Poltavo, reaching for his address book.

    The Secret House Edgar Wallace
  • You'll find the address under J. in my address book in my handbag.

    Roast Beef, Medium Edna Ferber
  • He discovered that he had left his address book in his grip.

    Partners of Chance

    Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • But though I saw him several times he reported that the drawer containing the address book was still locked.

    The Stretton Street Affair William Le Queux
  • She tied the address book in the corner of her green veil while Mrs. Watterson looked on curiously.

    The Campfire Girls Go Motoring Hildegard G. Frey
  • Returning for his address book, he boarded the wrong Pullman, realized his mistake, and hastened on through to his car.

    Partners of Chance

    Henry Herbert Knibbs
  • He did not know Potocki's address, and where was he to find an address book on a day when all the shops were closed?

    Married August Strindberg
  • Seems that one of the richest men who is in on Mr. Burgess's address book is that fellow Brockton.

    The Easiest Way

    Eugene Walter and Arthur Hornblow

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