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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of append.

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Examples

  • He attributed it to his friend John Buck Chapoton, who claimed he heard the phrase appended to its obscene imperative during a poker game in Texas.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • He attributed it to his friend John Buck Chapoton, who claimed he heard the phrase appended to its obscene imperative during a poker game in Texas.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • He attributed it to his friend John Buck Chapoton, who claimed he heard the phrase appended to its obscene imperative during a poker game in Texas.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • He attributed it to his friend John Buck Chapoton, who claimed he heard the phrase appended to its obscene imperative during a poker game in Texas.

    No Uncertain Terms

  • WON HER 'is the title appended to a picture of a young lady and gentleman seated in a drawing-room, and the libretto runs thus:' Mabel:

    Yet Again

  • It is the title appended to the signatures of the first chief superiors, and mentioned in the "formula of vows" of the first members.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • In christening the play, the trio decided to take racism by the horns, so to speak -- hence the title appended to fliers posted around campus, circa 2003.

    News from www.pantagraph.com

  • In christening the play, the trio decided to take racism by the horns, so to speak -- hence the title appended to fliers posted around campus, circa 2003.

    News from www.pantagraph.com

  • In christening the play, the trio decided to take racism by the horns, so to speak -- hence the title appended to fliers posted around campus, circa 2003.

    News from www.pantagraph.com

  • In christening the play, the trio decided to take racism by the horns, so to speak -- hence the title appended to fliers posted around campus, circa 2003.

    News from www.pantagraph.com

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