[ UK /ɐpˈɛnd/ ]
[ US /əˈpɛnd/ ]
[ US /əˈpɛnd/ ]
fix to; attach
append a charm to the necklace
state or say further
`It doesn't matter,' he supplied
add to the very end
He appended a glossary to his novel where he used an invented language
How To Use append In A Sentence
- Of course the appendix has always been subject to inflammation, just as it is now, but in former years the disease we call appendicitis bore various names, depending upon the diagnostic skill of the attending physician. Appendicitis
- Drake, in his _Eboracum_, says (p. 7, Appendix), "I have been so frightened with stories of the barguest when I was a child, that I cannot help throwing away an etymology upon it. Traditions of Lancashire, Volume 1 (of 2)
- Champlain appears to be carrying a light arquebus that Paulin-Desormeaux calls a fusil de chasse, a hunting weapon; ibid., 1:184-93; for a more extended discussion, see below, chapter 12, and Appendix L. Champlain's Dream
- All specimens are exuviae, with thin and fragile carapaces and abdomens and fragmentary bodies and appendages.
- The poem, in Italian, is an extended or "tailed" sonnet, with a coda of six lines appended to the standard 14. Archive 2010-01-01
- Early appendicectomy was first recommended and performed for non-perforated acute appendicitis in the 1880s.
- The single-incision surgery team at SLU Hospital has already performed a number of gastrointestinal procedures, including appendectomies, gall bladder removals and partial colectomies. Newswise: Latest News
- Surgeon's stuck in a mess of an appendectomy ," he heard the clerk say. DO NO HARM
- The two appendages hanging from the insect's mouth are used to detect and taste food.
- While she brings experience and sagacity, such a slim volume on such large topic demands a few leaps of faith, notwithstanding the appended 56 pages of interesting notes and comments.