English Thesaurus

Synonyms of 'append'

(verb) 
Definition
to add as a supplement
(formal)  His real name hadn't been appended to the manuscript.
Synonyms
add
She wants to add a huge sports complex to the hotel.
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attach
Attach labels to things before you file them away.
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join
The opened link is used to join the two ends of the chain.
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hang
The walls were hung with huge modern paintings.
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adjoin
Fields adjoined the garden and there were no neighbours.
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fasten
Use screws to fasten the shelf to the wall.
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annex
A gate goes through to the annexed garden.
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tag on
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affix
Complete the form and affix four tokens.
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tack on
,
subjoin
Opposites

Additional synonyms

in the sense of adjoin
Definition
to be next to and joined onto
Fields adjoined the garden and there were no neighbours.
Synonyms
connect with or to,
neighbour (on),
link with,
attach to,
combine with,
couple with,
communicate with,
touch on,
border on,
unite with,
verge on,
impinge on,
append (formal),
affix to,
interconnect with
in the sense of affix
Definition
to attach or fasten
Complete the form and affix four tokens.
Synonyms
add,
stick on,
put on,
tag,
append (formal),
subjoin
in the sense of annex
Definition
to join or add (something) to something larger
A gate goes through to the annexed garden.
Synonyms
add,
append (formal),
subjoin

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