appendance

noun ap·pend·ance \-dən(t)s\
variants: or

appendancy

\-dənsē, -si\

Definition of appendance

plural

appendances

or

appendancies

  1. :  the quality or state of being appendant

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Origin and Etymology of appendance

Middle French apendance, from Old French, from apendre to be attached, depend, belong, append (from Late Latin appendere to suspend) + -ance


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