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  • noun Plural form of additional.

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Examples

  • Chez Flinthart represents a challenge for most people, even without additionals like OCD and a lack of love for the hairy spiders that seem to love you.

    Very last of the Tasmanians

  • And so we'll know certainly before that period of time, whether additionals are going to be required.

    CNN Transcript Nov 27, 2009

  • Your beneficiary menbers and additionals will receive medical attention in the medical unit close to your residence and the insured party on the one determined upon registration.

    IMSS Insurance Terms & Conditions

  • Your beneficiary menbers and additionals will receive medical attention in the medical unit close to your residence and the insured party on the one determined upon registration.

    IMSS Insurance Terms & Conditions

  • This lecture having informed them that to dub was to open, the convicts unlocked their boxes, spread open their additionals.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Box in his arms, two sacks of additionals slung over his shoulders, Richard found himself first over the side of the lighter behind a bludgeon-bearing guard, and mounted the steps to an opening in the rail sixteen feet above.

    Morgan’s Run

  • This lecture having informed them that to dub was to open, the convicts unlocked their boxes, spread open their additionals.

    Morgan’s Run

  • Box in his arms, two sacks of additionals slung over his shoulders, Richard found himself first over the side of the lighter behind a bludgeon-bearing guard, and mounted the steps to an opening in the rail sixteen feet above.

    Morgan’s Run

  • All these additionals and fixings had, however, to be so constructed that they could be removed, or affixed with some rapidity, for there was always before the sailors the chance that the turnkey might look in to observe how their work was progressing.

    The Battle and the Breeze

  • Mr. Pitt's window tax, with its pretty little additionals sprouting out from it like young toadlets on the back of a Surinam toad, would certainly improve the appearance of the Hamburg houses, which have a slight summer look, not in keeping with their size, incongruous with the climate, and precluding that feeling of retirement and self - content, which one wishes to associate with a house in a noisy city.

    Biographia Literaria

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