append

[uh-pend]
verb (used with object)
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.

Origin:
1640–50; < Latin appendere, equivalent to ap- ap1 + -pendere to hang (transitive)

misappended, adjective
unappended, adjective
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append (əˈpɛnd)
 
vb
1.  to add as a supplement: to append a footnote
2.  to attach; hang on
 
[C15: from Late Latin appendere to hang (something) from, from Latin pendere to hang]

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append
1640s, "to hang on, attach as a pendant," from L. appendere "to cause to hang (from something), weigh," from ad- "to" + pendere "hang" (see pendant). Meaning "to attach as an appendix" is first recorded 1843.
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Example sentences
Then append the verified evidence or follow up provided by the aggrieved party.
They can append a comment to every review of their business.
The nuanced decision prompted the judge to append an afterword.
Then, for each site append the first three letters of the name of the site.
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