Addendum (noun)

A thing added or appended to a document, such as an addition or supplement.

Origin:

From the latin word 'addendum' meaning something to be added.

Examples:

  1. The contract contained a lengthy addendum outlining the specific terms and conditions.
  2. The addendum to the textbook provided additional information on the topic.
  3. The author added an addendum to the end of the novel, thanking her fans for their support.
  4. The addendum to the recipe provided instructions for making a gluten-free version.
  5. The company issued an addendum to the annual report, clarifying some of the financial data.
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