verb (used with object)
noun Also especially British, an·nexe.
Origin of annex
Examples from the Web for annexes
He adjusts himself to new conditions, so he hoists his flag over his new cabin and annexes all in sight.Mr. Oseba's Last Discovery|George W. Bell
Along each of these annexes, on Viarones Street, will extend a covered colonnade.
Europe annexes piece by piece the dark places of the earth, gives to them her laws.Tea-Table Talk|Jerome K. Jerome
Otherwise, instructions as to these matters will be issued as annexes.Sound Military Decision|U.s. Naval War College
The young Doctor, who was in the best of spirits, had been laughing and chatting with the two Annexes.Over the Teacups|Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.