She's planning to add some new flowers to the garden.
The company is adding over 200 jobs this year.
This winter, he added skiing to his list of favorite sports. Add one cup of sugar to the mixture.
Next, add the remaining butter to the pan.
In this dish, fresh herbs add lots of color and flavor.
We can help you add excitement to your vacation.
The historical details add depth to his story.
She adds a certain amount of experience and authority to the project.
When you add three and seven, you get ten. See More
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In the past week alone, more than 1,700 Madewell shoppers have added them to their carts.—Nicol Natale, Peoplemag, 13 Sep. 2023 There is no room left to add new names to the memorial, so a new slab of granite will be added to accommodate any additional names of police or firefighters lost in the line of duty who either lived in West Park or lost their lives in the community.—Carol Kovach, cleveland, 12 Sep. 2023 The silver design features a twisted base that adds visual interest to an otherwise minimal design.—Jamie Weissman, Better Homes & Gardens, 12 Sep. 2023 One way Michelin is trying to meet that challenge is adding new awards.—Julia Moskin, New York Times, 12 Sep. 2023 The new legislation comes months after New York City Mayor Eric Adams added Diwali, also known as the festival of lights, to its list of public school holidays.—Brahmjot Kaur, NBC News, 12 Sep. 2023 Also handy: the compact charging station, which adds only an inch and a half to the shaver’s 6 inches.—Abbie Kozolchyk, wsj.com, 12 Sep. 2023 In addition to highlighting fun music to go along with her dance moves and cute outfit changes, Mowry added a thoughtful message to the Reel that showcased her healing journey on the road to turning 45 this year.—Dominique Fluker, Essence, 12 Sep. 2023 The Cincinnati Reds added two veteran outfielders Thursday on waiver claims: Harrison Bader from the New York Yankees, and Hunter Renfroe from the Los Angeles Angels.—Dave Clark, The Enquirer, 1 Sep. 2023 See More
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Middle English adden, borrowed from Anglo-French adder, borrowed from Latin addere, from ad-ad- + -dere "to put, place," going back to a reduced ablaut grade of Indo-European *dheh1- — more at do entry 1