What is the past tense of address?

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The past tense of address is addressed or addrest (obsolete).

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of address is addresses.

The present participle of address is addressing.

The past participle of address is addressed or addrest (obsolete).

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Previously we have addressed burglary, criminal damage and speeding vehicles.
The conditions that tend to produce terrorists, suicide bombers etc. should be addressed and fixed.
Prime Minister Patrick Manning addressed an audience of residents there who were standing in water waist-high.
Williams declined the president's invitation to speak on November 4, and instead addressed students in October, waiving her fee.
At his cuming to facland he learnit that his matie was a huntting, quhair eftir brekfast he addrest him self.
To him she hasted, in her face excuse Came Prologue, and Apologie to prompt, Which with bland words at will she thus addrest.

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