Definition of "readdress" [re•ad•dress]

  • To address again. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "readdress" in a sentence
  • "So are there specific vertical markets or segments such as industrial, defense or what have you where this capability is perhaps more important to you today as you kind of readdress your business than versus say a year ago?"
  • "Stapp's screw-ups were made even more hilarious given that fact they happened not-so-long after he stated that the film The Passion of the Christ inspired him to "readdress" his feelings "about love and what true love is.""
  • "The Obama team went nuts, said, "You're selling us out," and they got him to readdress it."
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