redirected[ ree-di-rekt, -dahy- ]SEE DEFINITION OF redirected
Synonyms for redirected
- taken away
- taken over
- turned aside
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REDIRECTED
On the next day a letter reached her which had been redirected from Gower Street.
Johnnie departed penitent, and Sandy redirected his professional attention to me.
The dispatch had been redirected from the office of the "Daily Excelsior."
We had a letter from Mrs. Todhetley, redirected on from Sanbury.
It had been redirected from my father's house, at which I had given him my address.
On the breakfast-table there was another letter for her, redirected by the Professor.
At the same time the Faith reinspired and redirected their energies.
The newspaper had been redirected to Aurora by the housekeeper at Felden.
It was clear to me that the letter had been turned, as a glove, inside out, redirected and resealed.
He breathed deeply at the thought of her; and the letter was redirected to be promptly sent on to Angel.