Origin of additament
Related formsad·dit·a·men·ta·ry [uh-dit-uh-men-tuh-ree] /əˌdɪt əˈmɛn tə ri/, adjective
Examples from the Web for additament
Milk left to itself, without the help of distillation, or any additament whatever, undergoes a sort of decomposition.
On the alternative that the additament takes on another additament, you will be embarrassed by a many-sided regress in infinitum.The Sarva-Darsana-Samgraha|Madhava Acharya
By means of this additament he decompounded Sal Ammoniac, and by the experiment obtained the lights he wanted.
Corrosive Sublimate may also be made only by mixing Mercury with Sea-salt, without any additament.
An Aqua regis may also be drawn from nitrous earths by the force of fire only, without the help of any additament.