[ɐpˈɛndɪsɪz], [ɐpˈɛndɪsɪz], [ɐ_p_ˈɛ_n_d_ɪ_s_ɪ_z]

Definitions of Appendices:

  1.   Something appended or added, as at the end of a book; a supplement. – Etymological and pronouncing dictionary of the English language. By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H. Published 1874.
  2.   of Appendix – Newage Dictionary DB

Usage examples for Appendices:

  1. This is the masterly translation of John Ormsby, which appeared in four octavo volumes in 1885. It contains a valuable history of the work, together with a life of Cervantes, and the appendices to the last volume contain a bibliography of the immortal book. ” – The Book-Hunter at Home by P. B. M. Allan
  2. Of the living, conventional usage forbids all mention, but I have deemed it right to reproduce as appendices to this skeleton and imperfect memoir the notices that appeared in the principal Indian papers of William McNair's death, as also the obituary notices taken from the proceedings of the Royal Geographical Society for October and November, 1889. The extract reprinted from the Pioneer editorial gives the most complete and faithful description of Mr. McNair's achievements during a too brief day of usefulness. ” – Memoir of William Watts McNair by J. E. Howard
  3. With a Photogravure Portrait and 20 Half- tone Reproductions of Pictures, and valuable Appendices – Life of Robert Browning by William Sharp
  4. “ I have seen a number of these cases that had been operated on for vague discomfort- some whose appendices had been removed, some whose kidneys had been fastened up because they were slightly movable, some whose gall passages had been examined for adhesions that were supposed to exist, or perhaps for a stone that it was thought might be found there, and except where some actual organic lesion was found and relieved, none of them was materially improved when seen several years after operation. ” – Psychotherapy by James J. Walsh
  5. The book was produced at the moment when controversy with regard to the internal evidence of composition in the writings attributed to Shakespeare was raging high, and the amusing appendices were added at the last moment that they might infuriate the pedants of the New Shakespeare Society. ” – A Study of Shakespeare by Algernon Charles Swinburne
  6. The Song of the Three Children is, with other canticles, frequently found in appendices to both Greek and Latin Psalters. ” – The Three Additions to Daniel, A Study by William Heaford Daubney
  7. “ A part of this will be found in the appendices to Parkman's Conspiracy of Pontiac. ” – The War Chief of the Ottawas A Chronicle of the Pontiac War: Volume 15 (of 32) in the series Chronicles of Canada by Thomas Guthrie Marquis
  8. See also depositions in Frothingham's " Siege," Appendices – The Siege of Boston by Allen French
  9. 2. The Miscellaneous Maxims and Opinions were in the first place, like The Wanderer and His Shadow, published separately as continuations and appendices to the above- mentioned human, all- too human Book for Free Spirits: and at the same time, as a continuation and confirmation of an intellectual cure, consisting in a course of anti- romantic self- treatment, such as my instinct, which had always remained healthy, had itself discovered and prescribed against a temporary attack of the most dangerous form of romantics. ” – Human, All-Too-Human, Part II by Friedrich Nietzsche
  10. The long appendices in chapters 30- 31 are clearly late. ” – The Makers and Teachers of Judaism by Charles Foster Kent