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noun as in limb; accessory

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Plaster and ceramic replicas of organs and appendages rest on the shelves alongside sets of false teeth.

Even reference seems to float free: Are those ten appendages swollen fingers, or dreadlocks, or sea cucumbers?

Although he is a dwarf, Thorin seemed to avoid the frizzy beards and extra nose appendages required of others in the company.

Amateurs are also getting in on the action, baring skin and various throbbing appendages to boost their popularity.

But it turns out that the best explanation for the floating appendages is more science than fiction, more droll than juicy.

Those medium-sized ones, made of wood and hooped like casks, cost from 80 pounds to 100 pounds apiece without appendages.

It was undoubtedly a puzzle, but it had appendages to it that I did not understand.

I see no wings, horns, tails, or other appendages that we have not.

One of them peered within at the recumbent body of the weird-looking individual with the four appendages.

At the end of the thirteenth century appear those curious appendages known as Ailettes.


On this page you'll find 17 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to appendages, such as: adjunct, supplement, projection, annex, extremity, and protuberance.

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