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verb (used with object)
  1. to add over and above; join as a further addition; add besides.
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Origin of superadd

1425–75; late Middle English superadden < Latin superaddere, equivalent to super- super- + addere to add
Related formssu·per·ad·di·tion [soo-per-uh-dish-uh n] /ˌsu pər əˈdɪʃ ən/, nounsu·per·ad·di·tion·al, adjective
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Historical Examples

  • Of these the fifth and sixth superadd to the reduplication a change of the vowel.

    The English Language

    Robert Gordon Latham

  • So are the men; who superadd to that mode of ablution a hasty use of the common brush and comb.

  • Hence Rolland wishes to superadd the higher spell of music, the undying goddess of pure ecstasy.

    Romain Rolland

    Stefan Zweig

  • But to ether both science and Agnosticism must superadd energy—the entirely immaterial something which moves ether itself.

  • Or is it intended to superadd a pragmatic value and validation to that concept of a seeing force?

British Dictionary definitions for superadd


  1. (tr) to add (something) to something that has already been added; add as extra
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Derived Formssuperaddition, nounsuperadditional, adjective
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