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annexe

/ ˈænɛks /

noun

    1. an extension to a main building
    2. a building used as an addition to a main building nearby
  1. something added or annexed, esp a supplement to a document


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Example Sentences

This time we found that Mr. S. was in the Dutch Legation annexe, although engaged and busy.

The 'shore' to him was an inferior element, merely serving as a useful annexe to the water—a source of necessary supplies.

Orlans House was soon found to be far too small to contain all these treasures, and an annexe was built to it.

The post-office is an annexe of the grocer's where the sardines come from on Jane's cinema evening.

If the school is going to take any more new girls it had better build an annexe and let them have classes there.

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