adscititious

adscititious

[ad-si-tish-uhs]
adjective
added or derived from an external source; additional.

Origin:
1610–20; < Latin a(d)scīt(us) derived, assumed, foreign (past participle of a(d)scīscī), equivalent to ad- ad- + scī- (stem of scīre to know) + -tus past participle suffix + -itious

adscititiously, adverb
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adscititious (ˌædsɪˈtɪʃəs)
 
adj
added or supplemental; additional
 
[C17: from Latin adscītus admitted (from outside), from adscīscere to admit, from scīscere to seek to know, from scīre to know]
 
adsci'titiously
 
adv

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