Adjective "appended" definition and examples

(Appended may not be an adjective, but it can be used as an adjective, click here to find out.)



Definitions and examples


Add (something) to the end of a written document.
  1. 'Most of the reports either omit the rest of the quotation entirely, or append it elsewhere, as though they weren't part of one long, multi-clause sentence.'
  2. 'After documenting his existence and education, it appends only two more entries: a brief chronology of employment, and an impressive list of publications.'
  3. 'Relevant extracts are appended to this article for easy reference.'
  4. 'Often I write out my Vicar's Report for the benefit of the secretary, so he can append it to the minutes; but last night I was speaking more ad lib from scribbled notes.'
  5. 'To that I will, not being member of the Archdiocese of Chicago, have to append the following letter.'
  6. 'The trust can be a bank, building society account or shareholding in a parent's name with the child's interest noted by appending the child's initials after the parent's name.'
  7. 'In appending the formal education with cultural education, it may be possible to create a space that really is inclusive, not to mention that it might just liven things up around here.'
  8. 'Changing the subject is easy… you just introduce it in a new email or append it to a reply to an existing thread.'
  9. 'Regarding the latter, I feel compelled to append it with the phrase, ‘but with a certain mischievous, devil may care, and oft attractive demeanour’'
  10. 'Attackers changed a configuration setting called the ‘enable document footer’ feature, which is used to append files to webpages.'

More definitions

1. to add as a supplement, accessory, or appendix; subjoin: to append a note to a letter.

2. to attach or suspend as a pendant.

3. to sign a document with; affix: to append one's signature to a will.

More examples(as adjective)

"letters can be appended."

"structures can be appended."

"materials can be appended."

"lists can be appended."


(append)Late Middle English: from Latin appendere ‘hang on’, from ad- ‘to’ + pendere ‘hang’.