The imperative verb is perhaps the strongest form of direct address.
Even when descriptive or eulogistic, it is a direct address.
Use capitals for the titles at the beginning of a letter or in written composition and in direct address.
When these words are not used in direct address, however, they should not be capitalized.
A vocative is in the nominative case, and is often called a nominative by direct address or a vocative nominative (p. 42).
It is always the voice of Bach in direct address to you that you hear.
After a noun (or a phrase) of direct address (a vocative nominative).
There was something simple and primitive, something of dignity beyond the usual conventions, in his direct address.
Apostrophe is a direct address to the absent as present, the inanimate as living, or the abstract as personal.
I asked soon, looking calmly at Georgiana, who thought fit to bridle at the direct address, as if it were an unexpected liberty.