e-dress

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A shortening of e-mail address.

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e-dress (plural e-dresses)

  1. An e-mail address, a unique identifier specifying a virtual location to which e-mail can be sent.
    • 2001, Andy Anderson, “Ask Doctor Rowing: A tale of three New Yorkers”, in The Independent Rowing News, Volume 9, Number 2 (2001 March 15), ISSN 1548-694X, page 54:
      As I added my info, one e-dress caught my eye: []
    • 2002, Tim Waggoner, All Too Surreal (novel), Prime Books, ISBN 978-1-894815-06-2, page 92:
      Had someone at the paper given out his home e-dress?
    • 2002, Hazel Edwards, Antarctic writer on ice: diary of an enduring adventure, Common Ground, ISBN 978-1-86335-090-7, page 31:
      Email is so important in Antarctica. Each expeditioner has an e-dress on board and on the station.
    • 2007, Richard Hawke, Cold Day in Hell (novel), Random House, ISBN 9781588366108, unnumbered page:
      But he wasn’t responding to her messages on his Lucky Dog e-dress.
    • 2010 July 29, "Adelle" (username), "Re: Formatting replies", in soc.culture.jewish.moderated, Usenet:
      Unmunge my e-dress (I think its self explanatory).

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