supplement[ noun suhp-luh-muhnt; verb suhp-luh-ment ]SEE DEFINITION OF supplement
Synonyms for supplement
- added feature
- bells and whistles
Antonyms for supplement
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR SUPPLEMENT
He is able to supplement the front-sight method by the usual estimate by eye.
Teachers will supplement them or substitute others at their pleasure.
In fact, we shall have to supplement it, before we can go before anybody with it.
His last touch was to supplement the decanter of sherry with a bottle of vodka.
Miss Warren would have been at least surprised to see it in our supplement.
The only restriction in the supplement was, that they should not be sold below par.
There is no balance where independence and subordination do not supplement each other.
Other methods, however, may supplement the pathological one.
From October 1622 he added a supplement of books printed in English.
Why should he feel it necessary to supplement their assurance so significantly?
late 14c., from Latin supplementum "something added to supply a deficiency," from supplere (see supply (v.)).