subpostscript

postscript

[pohst-skript, pohs-]
noun
1.
a paragraph, phrase, etc., added to a letter that has already been concluded and signed by the writer.
2.
any addition or supplement, as one appended by a writer to a book to supply further information.

Origin:
1515–25; < Latin postscrīptum, neuter past participle of postscrībere to write after

subpostscript, noun
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postscript (ˈpəʊsˌskrɪpt, ˈpəʊst-)
 
n
1.  a message added at the end of a letter, after the signature
2.  any supplement, as to a document or book
 
[C16: from Late Latin postscribere to write after, from post- + scribere to write]

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postscript
1523, from L. post scriptum "written after," from neuter pp. of L. postscribere "write after," from post "after" + scribere "to write" (see script).
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