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1. inaugural

adjective. ['ˌɪˈnɔgɝəl, ˌɪˈnɔgjɝəl'] serving to set in motion.

Synonyms

  • initiatory
  • first
  • initiative
  • opening

Antonyms

  • unoriginal
  • late
  • middle
  • last

Etymology

  • inaugurer (French)
  • augurare (Latin)

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2. inaugural

noun. ['ˌɪˈnɔgɝəl, ˌɪˈnɔgjɝəl'] an address delivered at an inaugural ceremony (especially by a United States president).

Synonyms

  • speech
  • inaugural address
  • inauguration

Antonyms

  • cardinal
  • finish
  • natural object
  • folly

Etymology

  • inaugurer (French)
  • augurare (Latin)

3. address

noun. ['ˈæˌdrɛs, æˈdrɛs'] (computer science) the code that identifies where a piece of information is stored.

Synonyms

  • computer address
  • argument
  • URL
  • uniform resource locator
  • reference
  • universal resource locator
  • computer code
  • parameter

Antonyms

  • monetization
  • defeat
  • beginning
  • victory

Etymology

  • adressen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • adrecier (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

4. address

verb. ['ˈæˌdrɛs, æˈdrɛs'] speak to.

Synonyms

  • communicate
  • call
  • turn to
  • intercommunicate

Antonyms

  • specify
  • keep quiet
  • artifact
  • thinness

Etymology

  • adressen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • adrecier (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

5. address

noun. ['ˈæˌdrɛs, æˈdrɛs'] the place where a person or organization can be found or communicated with.

Synonyms

  • abode
  • business address
  • mailing address
  • geographic point
  • geographical point
  • street address

Antonyms

  • coarse
  • stand still
  • careless
  • long

Etymology

  • adressen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • adrecier (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

6. address

verb. ['ˈæˌdrɛs, æˈdrɛs'] give a speech to.

Synonyms

  • speak
  • blaze away
  • harangue
  • keynote
  • talk
  • memorialize

Antonyms

  • solidity
  • unbreakableness
  • softness
  • thick

Etymology

  • adressen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • adrecier (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

7. address

noun. ['ˈæˌdrɛs, æˈdrɛs'] the act of delivering a formal spoken communication to an audience.

Synonyms

  • inaugural
  • sermon
  • lecture
  • oratory
  • oral presentation
  • ending
  • colloquium
  • dithyramb
  • impromptu
  • close
  • discourse
  • conclusion
  • allocution
  • inaugural address
  • talk
  • body
  • end
  • speech
  • speech act
  • speechmaking
  • introduction
  • litany
  • preaching
  • public speaking
  • closing
  • public lecture

Antonyms

  • loose
  • disjoin
  • inaccurate
  • unequal

Etymology

  • adressen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • adrecier (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

8. address

verb. ['ˈæˌdrɛs, æˈdrɛs'] put an address on (an envelope).

Synonyms

  • misaddress
  • direct
  • misdirect
  • label
  • re-address

Antonyms

  • continue
  • disagreement
  • agreement
  • finish

Etymology

  • adressen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • adrecier (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

9. address

verb. ['ˈæˌdrɛs, æˈdrɛs'] direct a question at someone.

Synonyms

  • point
  • place
  • direct
  • target

Antonyms

  • exclude
  • arise
  • show
  • fall short of

Etymology

  • adressen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • adrecier (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

10. address

noun. ['ˈæˌdrɛs, æˈdrɛs'] the manner of speaking to another individual.

Synonyms

  • delivery
  • manner of speaking

Antonyms

  • communicative
  • generous
  • start

Etymology

  • adressen (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • adrecier (Old French (842-ca. 1400))

Example sentences of the word inaugural-address


1. Noun Phrase
In his inaugural address, he noted how it sent people who had not been convicted of a crime to jail, simply because they did not have the money to make bail.

2. Noun Phrase
During his first inaugural address to the nation, Roosevelt explained he would use his broad powers to fight the Depression as if it were a war.

3. Noun Phrase
When Jerry Brown was elected governor for the first time decades ago, he mentioned its inequity in his inaugural address in 1979, but the legislature did not act.

4. Noun Phrase
It is where Franklin D. Roosevelt wrote his inaugural address in 1933 and where Harry Truman lived for 90 days at the beginning of his presidency.

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