appendix

Part of speech: noun

An addition or supplement, as at the end of a book.

Part of speech: noun

A small intestinal organ called the vermiform appendix.

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Usage examples "appendix":

  1. 65 She is not included in the government list of emperors, and is given in Appendix I. as empress- regent. - "Japan", David Murray.
  2. It begins with his description of Virginia, which appeared in the Oxford tract of 1612; following this are the several narratives by his comrades, which formed the appendix of that tract. - "Captain John Smith", Charles Dudley Warner Last Updated: February 22, 2009.
  3. The names of twelve Indian chiefs, inhabiting the coast of Acadia at the time the French peasants submitted to the British Government, will be found in the appendix to this work. - "First History of New Brunswick", Peter Fisher Commentator: William Fisher.