Examples of addendum in a Sentence
Francine du Plessix Gray, in an essay first written in 1991 and updated with an addendum here, writes eloquently of a lifelong obsession with weight loss, stemming from the harsh judgments of a mother enraptured by fashion. —Ginia Bellafante, New York Times Book Review, 21 Sept. 2008
This qualification, however, is not a recent addendum to Derrida's career. In 1990, near the end of the period in which rhetoric and composition had a strong interest in his work, Derrida participated in an editor's interview … in which he characterized his project as fundamentally tied to the tradition it works both within and against. —College English, September 2006
The letters are included as an addendum to the biography.
there's an addendum from the author to explain certain stylistic choices that she made
Recent Examples of addendum from the Web
Plus: a previously unpublished addendum to Esquire's new cover story, in her own words.
The chairman of the select committee, Representative Trey Gowdy, Republican of South Carolina, did not put his name on the addendum.
When the committee released its findings in June, the two Republicans filed their own 48-page addendum that was far harsher.
The National Bureau of Statistics, in an unusual addendum to its monthly data release, said that Shenzhen home prices fell by 0.3% in the first half of October, compared with a 1.9% gain in September from the month before.
What makes this art is that Girodes dropped this little buffalo chip as an addendum to a response to a story in which he was accused of grifting a woman's $750 security deposit.
And the addendum to this story is that Sam Rockwell ended up being the biggest fan of this movie ever.
This 21st-century addendum to the original line is now proffered by many senior women to their younger mentees.
(Addendum: it should be noted that the entire state of Kansas seems now to agree with that Tweet that sent Ruth to the fainting couch.
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Origin and Etymology of addendum
Latin, neuter of addendus, gerundive of addere —see add
First Known Use: 1664
ADDENDUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of addendum for English Language Learners
: something that is added; especially : a section of a book that is added to the main or original text
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Definition of addendum for Students
: something added (as to a book)
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