additamentary

additament

[uh-dit-uh-muhnt]
noun
something added; an addition.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Latin additāmentum, equivalent to addit(us) (past participle) added (see addition) + -ā- (by analogy with verbal derivatives such as ornāmentum ornament) + -mentum -ment

additamentary [uh-dit-uh-men-tuh-ree] , adjective
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