addendum

[ uh-den-duh m ]SEE DEFINITION OF addendum

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ADDENDUM

Natalenko re-read the addendum, pursed his thick lips and sighed.

He offered no addendum to the revelation he had made to Kurt.

It is not an addendum or an excrescence: it is an actual part of the fabric of life itself.

But the addendum—that he didn't cass any fiss—betrayed her inexperience.

His formidable eye supplied the addendum, "And you leave the room!"

This is a fine illustration of an addendum that is congruous.

On the other hand the addendum to the book of Judges, chaps.

This was an addendum in "the colonel's own handwriting" and it closed with "pray for me."

For later and fuller particulars from Australia, see Addendum.

She wished to think of herself as an individual, not as an addendum.

WORD ORIGIN

1794, literally "something added," from Latin addendum, neuter of addendus "that which is to be added," gerundive of addere (see add (v.)). Classical plural form is addenda.

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