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another being one more just like the others; an additional. [2/5 definitions]
appendix a section with additional material, often bibliographical or statistical, attached at the end of a book, article, or other text. [1/3 definitions]
attached designating an additional document or documents enclosed with a letter or e-mail. [1/4 definitions]
auxiliary serving as a supplement, as reserve troops; additional; supplementary. [1/7 definitions]
baseburner a stove or furnace that feeds to the base of the unit additional fuel, such as coal, as needed.
breeder reactor a nuclear reactor that is designed to produce more fissionable material than it consumes, and thus generate additional fuel for its own operation.
countersign a second or additional signature, esp. one made to confirm the authenticity of the first. [2/4 definitions]
cross reference a reference from one part of a book, index, or file to another part containing additional or related information.
diminishing returns a proposition in economics that when the amount of one factor of production, such as labor, is increased past a certain point while the amounts of other factors, such as land or capital, are held constant, additional output will increase only at a progressively lower and lower rate.
etceteras additional things or persons.
excess more than required, expected, or considered reasonable; extra; additional. [1/5 definitions]
ext. abbreviation of "extension," an additional telephone line connected to the main line.
extension something by which another thing is extended, such as an addition to a building or an additional part to a tool. [2/6 definitions]
Feb. abbreviation of "February," the second month of the Gregorian calendar year, usu. having twenty-eight days, but having one additional day every leap, or fourth, year.
February the second month of the Gregorian calendar year, usu. having twenty-eight days, but having one additional day every leap, or fourth, year.
for good measure as an additional thing; as an extra.
fortify to provide additional strength, resistance, or energy to; reinforce or invigorate. [1/5 definitions]
High Mass a Catholic mass in which parts of the text are sung by the celebrant, often with additional music, incense, and ceremony. (Cf. Low Mass.)
home front the civilian population or location during a time of war abroad conceived of an assisting force or as an additional theater of war in which the "combatants" do not actually fight but engage in activities that support those who do.
interleaf an additional leaf or page, usu. blank, that is bound between other pages of a book, often for a reader to make notes on.
interpolate to insert (an additional or extraneous element) between things or parts. [1/4 definitions]