codicil[ kod-uh-suh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF codicil
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CODICIL
The codicil was written and signed with the Admiral's own hand.
“I think I quite understand the nature of the codicil,” the solicitor said.
But for nearly a week Moya added a codicil silently to her prayer.
(Oct. 15) Adds a codicil to his will with a few alterations of bequests.
I was goin' to take this to Ferret on my way home—and it's the codicil to my will, this is.
What the codicil is, my dear brethren, it is not our business to inquire.
The question was whether he had been employed to make this codicil.
The body of the will was in the handwriting of the widow, as was also the codicil.
The will and codicil were confirmed, and Lady Mason continued to live at the farm.
She had seen the signature, and written the codicil, and could explain the motive.