verb (used with object)
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Origin of supplement
OTHER WORDS FROM supplementsup·ple·ment·er, nounun·sup·ple·ment·ed, adjectivewell-sup·ple·ment·ed, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for supplement
While airplanes are used to get aerial views now, they may soon be supplemented with drones, Triplett said.Fighting Wildfire With Satellites, Lasers, and Drones|Elizabeth Lopatto|July 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Well yes he did, supplemented with beers and wine and Cointreau and Champagne.The Final Roar: Paul Reid on Finishing William Manchester’s Life of Churchill|Kevin Canfield|November 16, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A few of those columns, supplemented with vignettes from her life as a home cook, were collected for Home Cooking.
And wind power must be supplemented with hydrocarbons for reliability.
These have been supplemented by jewelry from the Cairo Museum and with a 33 B.C. papyrus, on loan from the Neues Museum in Berlin.
"Dazzles one," supplemented Stillman, leaning nearer and nearer.The Blood Red Dawn|Charles Caldwell Dobie
But they will be so modified and supplemented that they will present an ecclesiastical type of their own.India, Its Life and Thought|John P. Jones
“And to offer you a small remembrance,” supplemented Mrs. Bugbee.Ladies and Gentlemen |Irvin S. (Irvin Shrewsbury) Cobb
Supplemented with one hour a week on Syriac, Arabic, Chaldaic, during four years.Loyola and the Educational System of the Jesuits|Thomas Hughes
"And note the charm of the inventionless home," supplemented his wife.Mr. Hawkins' Humorous Adventures|Edgar Franklin
British Dictionary definitions for supplement
- either of a pair of angles whose sum is 180°
- an arc of a circle that when added to another arc forms a semicircleAbbreviation: sup, supp