atodiad, atodiadau, cynffon, cynffonnau, chynffon, chynffonnau, gynffon, gynffonnau, nghynffon, nghynffonnau, hatodiad, hatodiadau
Noun(1) an external body part that projects from the body(2) a natural prolongation or projection from a part of an organism either animal or plant(3) a part that is joined to something larger
(1) The feather is a skin appendage , like hair, that grows as a unique hollow tube from a follicle by the controlled proliferation of cells in a ring.(2) they treat Scotland as a mere appendage of England(3) The damage to the car itself is settled between insurers, apart from the excess on the motorist's policy, which he may not trouble to pursue except as an appendage to a larger claim.(4) The word compromise had no place in her vocabulary - she lived on her terms and when she could no longer do so, she preferred to die rather than become an appendage to someone else's life.(5) Instead, she presented herself as an appendage to her husband and talked about her role as consort.(6) The High Court, he said, was not an inessential appendage to the new constitutional structure.(7) He pushed away tall grass and went into a new clearing that was an appendage to the lake.(8) For Scott, the school became an indispensable appendage to the mosque.(9) Some critics regard the didactic second part as an appendage to an earlier secular poem; others see the whole as an allegorical representation of human exile from God on the sea of life.(10) The claim of self-sufficiency cannot be contingent upon an appendage to another human being considered superior.(11) Consequently, feathering will not be able to produce the asymmetry necessary for the rowing appendage to generate net thrust.(12) One of the ways that management continues to be defined, then, is as an appendage to a technical specialism, or as a technical specialism in its own right.(13) He deeply dislikes the implicit idea that a wife is a lesser appendage to her husband.(14) Are individualism and stardom necessary to the dramatic work, or are they supplemental, a mere appendage of modernity?(15) The college-distance 3-pointer always has seemed an illogical and unnecessary appendage to a wonderful game.(16) The tiny structure was an appendage to a larger house Matt had bought, intending to use the lesser quarters as a rental property.
1. addition ::
2. protuberance ::
3. extremity ::
4. outgrowth ::
Different Formsappendage, appendages
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