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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of add.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • adj. being in addition [to something else]


Sorry, no etymologies found.


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  • In the case of terrorism-related material, objections could fall in the categories "violent or repulsive conduct," including subcategories for "physical attack" or - in a label added last November after complaints about Mr. Awlaki - "promotes terrorism."

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  • It was a story about a name added to a federal list, about horrified parents and organizing community members and the repetition of the phrase “we are pursuing all avenues.”

    So Much Pretty

  • In the 19th century, the cause might be a church, and people donated money and they were then honored by having their name added to the quilt--much the way fundraisers today sell "bricks" or walkway stones to honor donors.

    Kate Kelly: Major Quilt Exhibit Sponsored by American Folk Art Museum Opens in NYC

  • I was more than a little nervous, since I figured I was the one responsible for her losing her job back in Quincy, but she seemed to have done okay for herself despite that setback, so I agreed and told the warden to have her name added to my visitation list.

    Take Me There

  • Whispers sounded once more, another name added now.

    Demon From The Dark

  • The investors made sure he was preceded by letters addressed to "Colonel Drake," the title added in order to enhance his reputation among the backwoodsman.

    The Pennsylvania Start-up That Changed The World

  • Mr. Giardina says the move allowed Jhane Barnes to recognize some savings on labor costs -- the Italian factory, for instance, would normally take two months to fill a suit order while the Chinese factory takes six weeks -- but not as large as some might expect because the label added features that its Italian-made suits didn't have.

    China's Challenge to Italy

  • Merchant ships, but not warships, have the word added to their name for good luck as they encounter the perils of the high seas in the belief that Marus complete the voyage to the distant port and return to a joyous homecoming, thus completing the circle.


  • Something in the way he said her name added to the erotic confusion of her senses.

    Touch the Wind


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