Antonyms for post-script

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Post—after; as, post-script, written after; post-fix, placed after.

The friendly intention of this post-script was evident, and yet it did not seem to please Mr. Roscorla.

And Peter, in a post-script, averred that he could vouch for the flavor of the aforementioned Valencias.

But he remembered now a post-script, which, at the time of reading, he'd taken merely as a final barb of satire.

They found a—Gillian searched his memory for a legal term—they found an amendment or a post-script or something to the will.

There was a post-script by Edwin Bryant, his predecessor as alcalde, calling a public sale for June 29.

This letter closes with the post-script: "Pardon; there was a great figure in optics on the other leaf; I have torn it off."

And he made Dick Fitch, who was an eye-witness to the whole transaction, add a post-script testifying that the statement was true.