addendum addendum  /ə ˈdɛ dəm/


  • (n) textual matter that is added onto a publication; usually at the end



  1. In a Where Are They Now addendum, MI6 notes that the movie's star, Kamel, "married the president's daughter Rina.
  2. An addendum should document the condition of the house upon rental a walk-through with your new tenant will underscore that any damage caused will come out of the security .
  3. Opponents of the scheme said Able UK's plan to dredge a nearby estuary for a series of wind turbines an addendum to the original ship-breaking application would unearth .


  • NHL Stanley Cup Final 2013: Critical Keys for the Boston Bruins

    The answer to the question of what the Boston Bruins fundamentally need in the 2013 Stanley Cup Finals breeds the deeper inquiry of how they ensure more of the same winning formula. As an addendum, what missing elements from the previous three rounds do they need to cultivate? The Bruins stamped their passport to the final round with a sweep of the Eastern Conference’s top seed from Pittsburgh ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Bleacher Report


  1. Asked about the supplement Tuesday afternoon, Kaine said: "We are certainly providing it to TriData. I'm am not expecting that TriData will necessarily change (the addendum). Because many aspects of the (families') supplemental report were things...
    on Jan 5, 2010 By: Tim Kaine Source: Roanoke Times

  2. "It's been neat to watch her become a person of her own and as a basketball player, she's found her identity," Coale said. "She is a complete player. Not an addendum to another, not a sidekick to another."
    on Dec 11, 2008 By: Sherri Coale Source: San Francisco Chronicle

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