subjoin

Part of speech: verb

To add at the end; attach; affix.

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Usage examples "subjoin":

  1. As their breeding in November and December appears to be exceptional, I subjoin a record of the few nests I examined. - "The Nests and Eggs of Indian Birds, Volume 1", Allan O. Hume.
  2. The explanations transcribed from others, if I do not subjoin any other interpretation, I suppose commonly to be right, at least I intend by acquiescence to confess that I have nothing better to propose. - "Eighteenth Century Essays on Shakespeare", D. Nichol Smith.
  3. I had also intended to subjoin some tabular views of the chief literary forms, authors, and books of the successive centuries. - "A Short History of French Literature", George Saintsbury.