annex

All Noun Verb
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  • The building to the East has been replaced by the music school annex.
  • The church complex has several annexes along the east and south walls.
  • Some of the area has been annexed into the city of Lake Charles.
  • The building consists of a one-story bank structure and adjacent three-story office annex.
  • A separate annex was used for the basketball competition at those same games.
  • The addition also included the construction of a three-floor annex attached by a bridge.
  • The main hotel is in the original building and also in a few annexes buildings.
  • International law does not support the use of force by one state to annex the territory of another state.
  • Europe annexes piece by piece the dark places of the earth, gives to them her laws. Cited from Tea-table Talk, by Jerome K. Jerome
  • The building consists of a one-story bank structure adjacent to a three-story office annex.
  • When one country annexes another it makes it part of itself. Cited from The Great Round World, Vol. 1, No. 34, July 1, 1897, by Various
  • Low annexes on the western side of the building were built at the end of the same century.
  • Williams became more aggressive in his efforts to annex new areas during his second term.
  • After a long battle they were able to annex the fort.
  • When we start pushing each other over the edge we shall have to start annexing also. Cited from A Desert Drama, by A. Conan Doyle
  • The two-year ground course was held in the annex to the Art School.
  • When we begin pushing each other over the edge we shall have to start annexing also. Cited from The Tragedy of The Korosko, by Arthur Conan Doyle
  • As the new building was not ready, the school had to meet in three annexes.
  • To this end he will build either a new house or, more commonly, annexes to the original one.
  • The large residential areas behind these commercial areas were not annexed.
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Meaning of annex

  • noun An addition that extends a main building
  • verb Take (territory) as if by conquest
    Hitler annexed Lithuania
  • verb Attach to