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in addition (to something)

additionally; further; moreover; as an additional thing or person. In addition, I would like for you to sweep the kitchen floor. I put the books away, and in addition to that, I cleaned up my desk.
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in addition

1. Also, as well as. For example, They study their instruments and, in addition, theory and music history.
2. in addition to. Over and above, besides, as in In addition to a new muffler, the truck needs new brakes. [c. 1900]
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in addition

Also; as well.
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in addition to

Over and above; besides.
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Some three or four of the better sort of buildings, in addition to the uniformity of their color, were fitted with green blinds, which, at that season at least, were rather strangely contrasted to the chill aspect of the lake, the mountains, the forests, and the wide fields of snow.
And besides the general infusion of wit to heighten civility, the direct splendor of intellectual power is ever welcome in fine society as the costliest addition to its rule and its credit.
I would not have you aware of it; but if, in addition to the injury you have already done me--pardon me, but, whether innocently or not, you HAVE done it--and if you add to it by giving publicity to this unfortunate affair, or naming it AT ALL, you will find that I too can speak, and though you scorned my love, you will hardly scorn my--"
His additions to the map convinced us that Green-wich lay upon the verge of this same sea, and that it might be reached by water more easily than by the arduous crossing of the mountains or the dangerous ap-proach through Phutra, which lay almost directly in line between Anoroc and Greenwich to the northwest.
They told us that they would be well received as additions to a tribe always are welcomed, and the more so as the distance from the beginning increased, the higher tribes or races being far weaker numerically than the lower.
The boss-boys were called and given their orders to rope down the hospital with its two additions.
I republish the story with its original conclusion unaltered, but with such occasional additions and improvements as will, I hope, render it more worthy of attention at the present time.
His income as a younger son stood in need, as she well knew, of all the additions that he could make to it by successful speculation.
In the beginning he had welcomed with acclamations the additions.
These stern judges push the gift of exactitude, the genius of inquisition, the sharp- sightedness of lynxes, the perspicacity of account-books to the point of going over all the additions in search of subtractions.
In returning the extracts sent with it, he will refrain from mentioning any personal objection which he may entertain to this species of literature, and will merely say that the proposed additions to the manuscript are not necessary to the fulfilment of the purpose that he has in view.
In addition to those fine engravings from Garnery, there are two other French engravings worthy of note, by some one who subscribes himself h.
In addition to all their physical hardships, there was thus a constant strain upon their minds; they were harried all day and nearly all night by worry and fear.
If he should have a numerous family, for instance, it would be a very convenient addition.
His stock consisted of a wooden stool, made out of a broken-backed chair cut down, which stool, young Jerry, walking at his father's side, carried every morning to beneath the banking-house window that was nearest Temple Bar: where, with the addition of the first handful of straw that could be gleaned from any passing vehicle to keep the cold and wet from the odd-job-man's feet, it formed the encampment for the day.