annotated

adjective
an·no·tat·ed | \ˈa-nə-ˌtā-təd \

Definition of annotated 

: provided with explanatory notes or comments a fully annotated drawing/diagram an annotated edition

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But the woman, described by many as reclusive, did leave behind a self-portrait of sorts, in dozens of annotated photographs, developed at Walgreens. Emily Foxhall, Houston Chronicle, "Remains found in wall of Heights home identified as those of Mary Cerruti, missing homeowner," 23 Jan. 2018 And the annotated wine list is both deep and accessible. Bon Appetit, "Grey Gardens," 26 Oct. 2017 Both the video and transcripts will be easily searchable and annotated right here. James Warren, The Hive, "Leon Wieseltier Faces a Post-Weinstein “Reckoning”," 25 Oct. 2017 Develop the habit of going over annotated games of the chess masters. Michael Ciamarra, AL.com, "New Orleans chess master Jude Acers visits Birmingham, National Chess Day," 8 Oct. 2017 David Pilgrim explores the multiple explanations offered for the black lawn figure in an annotated article published by Ferris State University's Jim Crow Museum of Racist Memorabilia: https://goo.gl/TbFhHb. Jim Higgins, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Dick Gregory riffs on 'Defining Moments in Black History'," 1 Sep. 2017 ProTip: listen along with the annotated lyrics on Genius. Andy Langer, Esquire, "The 10 Best Songs of October 2015," 31 Oct. 2015 Strong For A Moment Like This is a heavily annotated work, in which Reverend Shillady has credited more than 200 sources. Julie Zauzmer, chicagotribune.com, "Hillary Clinton's pastor plagiarized another minister in his new book of messages for her," 15 Aug. 2017 Strong For A Moment Like This is a heavily annotated work, in which Reverend Shillady has credited more than 200 sources. Julie Zauzmer, Washington Post, "Hillary Clinton’s pastor plagiarized another minister in his new book of messages for her," 14 Aug. 2017

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First Known Use of annotated

1807, in the meaning defined above

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