- to add over and above; join as a further addition; add besides.
Origin of superadd
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Examples from the Web for superadd
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
But to ether both science and Agnosticism must superadd energy—the entirely immaterial something which moves ether itself.Facts and fancies in modern science
John William Dawson
Or is it intended to superadd a pragmatic value and validation to that concept of a seeing force?Essays in Experimental Logic
- (tr) to add (something) to something that has already been added; add as extra