Related formsap·pend·aged, adjectiveun·ap·pend·aged, adjective
Examples from the Web for appendage
So many were arrested in Leningrad, the poet Anna Akhmatova said, that the city “dangled like an appendage from its prisons….”
Or, one of the measures might resurface as an appendage to an unrelated law.
Bloggers brought another microphone to an already crowded GOP media table and became an appendage of talk radio.
Figure 212 is, however, a loop, as the circuit is spoiled on one side by an appendage.
The lip is swollen and four-lobed, but without any appendage in the notch, and is of a deep purple-brown, with yellowish markings.Field and Woodland Plants|William S. Furneaux
The appendage attached by pintles and braces to the stern-post of a vessel, by which its course through the water is governed.The Sailor's Word-Book|William Henry Smyth
But as its original place had been filled up by g, it was tacked on as an appendage, rather than incorporated as an element.A Handbook of the English Language|Robert Gordon Latham
It cannot be considered a whorl, however, as the recurve on the left is spoiled by an appendage (figs. 58 and 59).