extra[ ek-struh ]SEE DEFINITION OF extra
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EXTRA
I have large sums of my own to invest, and it is no extra trouble to look after your money.
I had read the "Extra," with all its sickening details, and so handed it back to him.
The men worked as usual, nor was there any extra liquor drunk.
Grant repressed an impulse to shout, and used the breath for an extra burst of speed.
I may as well have your note of hand for that extra capital.
Only last summer taught me the uselessness of an extra pair of trousers.
But it was Arthur Coryston, wasn't it, who sent you that extra order for to-day, Enid?
But—the fact is, Marcia—I can't stand any extra strain this morning.
Yet he undertook this extra work, and carried it bravely through.
No doubt it was long friendship with Eugen which had given him that extra polish.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR EXTRA
- added to
- along with
- and all
- apart from
- as well as
- aside from
- exclusive of
- in conjunction with
- in distinction to
- in excess of
- in other respects
- more than
- not counting
- on the side
- on top of everything
- other than
- over and above
- supplementary to
- to boot
- together with
- what's more
- with the exception of