Appendices

Part of speech: noun

A plural of APPENDIX.

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Usage examples "appendices":

  1. This is the masterly translation of John Ormsby, which appeared in four octavo volumes in 1885. It contains a valuable history of the work, together with a life of Cervantes, and the appendices to the last volume contain a bibliography of the immortal book. - "The Book-Hunter at Home", P. B. M. Allan.
  2. 2. The Miscellaneous Maxims and Opinions were in the first place, like The Wanderer and His Shadow, published separately as continuations and appendices to the above- mentioned human, all- too human Book for Free Spirits: and at the same time, as a continuation and confirmation of an intellectual cure, consisting in a course of anti- romantic self- treatment, such as my instinct, which had always remained healthy, had itself discovered and prescribed against a temporary attack of the most dangerous form of romantics. - "Human, All-Too-Human, Part II", Friedrich Nietzsche.
  3. For those which have already appeared, the student should refer to M. Bourgeois's very carefully compiled appendices, and to the published indices of English and American Periodical Publications. - "John M. Synge: A Few Personal Recollections, with Biographical Notes", John Masefield.