appendage[ uh-pen-dij ]SEE DEFINITION OF appendage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR APPENDAGE
The subject is a great one and cannot be adequately treated as an appendage to another.
This appendage, there can be no doubt, originated with the basilicas of Italy.
Did it ever occur to you that it must be disagreeable to Watch to have such an appendage to his tail?
Proximal: that part of an appendage nearest the body: see distal.
Simple, Simplex: without process, armature, or appendage of any kind.
The tablinum was an appendage of the atrium, and usually entirely open to it.
This appendage is often found to measure eighteen inches in length!
Because this appendage disappeared, it was certain that it must be thin and flat.
An appendage is that which hangs to something as a part of it.
They brought us to a villa which was a kind of appendage to one of the Emperor's palaces, about eight miles beyond Pekin.