supplement


supplement
I verb add, add to, amend, amplify, augment, bolster, broaden, buttress, complement, contribute to, enhance, enlarge, enrich, expand, fortify, improve, increase, lengthen, magnify, reinforce, strengthen, subsidize, superadd, widen II index accrue (increase), addendum, addition, additive, adjunct, affix, aid, allonge, amendment (correction), amendment (legislation), annex (add), append, appurtenance, attach (join), attachment (thing affixed), augmentation, boom (increase), codicil, complement, compound, corollary, correlate, enlarge, expand, extend (enlarge), increase, increment, insertion, offshoot, reinforce, reinforcement, replenish, rider

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006


supplement
n.
Something added to something else to improve, enhance, or complete it.
v.
supplement
adj.
supplemental, supplementary

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