verb (used with object)
- appellation contrôlée,
- appendages of eye,
- appendages of skin,
Origin of append
Examples from the Web for append
Just append “/tweber/socialmedia” to your search terms when using Blekko.
Random House lawyers were not so convinced and told him to append a complete list of citations at the back of the book.
There was no individual blame to attach, no applause; spare moralizing to append.The Three Black Pennys|Joseph Hergesheimer
They append a list of no fewer than twenty-eight military flying grounds at which there were flying camps.The War in the Air; Vol. 1|Walter Raleigh.
We append an extract from the Wallum-Olum as a specimen of genuine aboriginal composition.The Myths of the North American Indians|Lewis Spence
I append a list of members and correspondents in and about Rochester.
I append a letter to that journal which followed a visit from their able correspondent.The Red Cross in Peace and War|Clara Barton
Word Origin for append
late 14c., "to belong to as a possession or right," from Old French apendre (13c.) belong, be dependent (on); attach (oneself) to; hang, hang up," and directly from Latin appendere "to cause to hang (from something), weigh," from ad- "to" (see ad-) + pendere "hang" (see pendant).
Meaning "to hang on, attach as a pendant" is 1640s; that of "attach as an appendix" is recorded by 1843. OED says the original word was obsolete by c.1500, and these later transitive senses represent a reborrowing from Latin or French. Related: Appended; appending.