- addison, joseph,
- addison, thomas,
- addisonian crisis,
- addition compound,
- addition polymer,
- addition polymerization,
- addition polymers,
- addition reaction
Origin of addition
Examples from the Web for addition
In addition, foreign films were limited by a system of licensure to a third of the number of domestic films.Propaganda, Protest, and Poisonous Vipers: The Cinema War in Korea|Rich Goldstein|December 30, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In addition to visiting the tomb of John Paul, who died of natural causes in 2005, Agca asked to see his successor, Pope Francis.
In addition to the negative on-field attention, off-the-field problems were just as bad this year.Is Any College Football Coach Worth $60 Million? Jim Harbaugh Is|Jesse Lawrence|December 20, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In addition, he had made prudent investments and, except for his wine cellar, did not live lavishly.Alfred Hitchcock’s Fade to Black: The Great Director’s Final Days|David Freeman|December 13, 2014|DAILY BEAST
In addition, because House Democrats were cut out of the negotiations over the bill, they don't feel any incentive to play ball.
He tired himself, I think, over the designs for Wetmore College, which he did in addition to his other work.Unleavened Bread|Robert Grant
I am tired out holding up drawings, I may say, all day; but have been rewarded by an addition of five subscribers to my work.Audubon and his Journals, Volume I (of 2)|Maria R. Audubon
The term "the rest," applied to persons, occurs in the following passages of the Apocalypse in addition to that before us: chaps.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Revelation|William Milligan
In addition to the large number of collective books of poetry, Zunser has published his poems in: Jd.
And, in addition to the ordinary incentives, was the international character of the event.Bert Wilson, Marathon Winner|J. W. Duffield
Word Origin for addition
late 14c., "action of adding numbers;" c.1400, "that which is added," from Old French adition "increase, augmentation" (13c.), from Latin additionem (nominative additio) "an adding to, addition," noun of action from past participle stem of addere (see add). Phrase in addition to "also" is from 1681.
see in addition.