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annexed

[ an-ekst, uh-nekst ]
/ ˈæn ɛkst, əˈnɛkst /
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adjective
attached or added, especially to something larger or more important: The final report, together with annexed comments made by the inspected party, shall be submitted within 30 days after the inspection.
(of territory) incorporated into the domain of a larger entity, often as an act of aggression: The bill will clarify the authority of cities and villages over annexed county roads.In October 1939 Hitler gave his newly appointed Reich Commissioner full control over the annexed section of Poland.
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OTHER WORDS FROM annexed

un·an·nexed, adjective
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