supplemental

[suhp-luh-men-tl]
adjective
2.
nonscheduled ( def 2 ).
3.
(of a pleading, an affidavit, etc.) added to furnish what is lacking or missing.
noun
4.
anything that is supplemental: supplementals attached to the bill in committee.

Origin:
1595–1605; supplement + -al1

supplementally, adverb
nonsupplemental, adjective
nonsupplementally, adverb
presupplemental, adjective
unsupplemental, adjective
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supplemental

adjective
1. functioning in a supporting capacity; "the main library and its auxiliary branches" [syn: auxiliary
2. added to complete or make up a deficiency; "produced supplementary volumes" [syn: supplementary
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Example sentences
Ranchers have spent substantial money on hay and supplemental feed, the cost of trucking in additional hay.
The nine policies will soon replace the bewildering jumble of supplemental
  policies now offered in the private market.
As supplemental instruction, this initiative has considerable value.
They climbed without the aid of supplemental oxygen or porters.
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