American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- v. To suffix.
- n. A suffix.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To add or annex (a letter, syllable, or word) to the end of a word.
- n. In grammar, a letter, syllable, or word added to the end of a word; a suffix.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Gram.) A letter, syllable, or word, added to the end of another word; a suffix.
- v. To annex; specifically (Gram.), to add or annex, as a letter, syllable, or word, to the end of another or principal word; to suffix.
- n. an affix that is added at the end of the word
“Tokens must be in the order they will be evaluated - i.e. "postfix" order.”
“Call () uses the local variable 'postfix' to contain the postfix array.”
“+ (They're not officially "postfix" operators because those require the absense of whitespace, and these allow whitespace.”
“Since Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein did for Richard Nixon, journalists have had a compulsion to designate scandals by adding the postfix "gate".”
“Anyone know of a good integrated virus checker for postfix like qmail has?”
“Kasia and her readers have some good info on blocking w32.beagle.j with postfix, procmail and spamassassin.”
“You can put this into your postfix setup by adding the following line to main.cf:”
“Some good configuration options for the postfix users out there.”
“There is someone's body_checks file available for postfix users to help squash the MyDoom virus thanks again microsoft!”
“Good thread on the postfix-user email list on How to ban spam pretending to be from my domain.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘postfix’.
Being a list of words which have "specifically" in their definitions.
less or more (dull sharp)
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