accompaniment (part of speech: noun)
auxiliary, secondary, extra, companion, lieutenant, appendage, accessory, consort, appendix, accompaniment, extension, adjunct, appurtenance, addition, garnish, ornament, second, adornment, fixture, brother, attachment
augmentation (part of speech: noun)
- In other addendum references parts one and three are combined under the title of Lost Illusions. - "Two Poets Lost Illusions Part I", Honore de Balzac.
- On the hither side of one of the two streets close under him, his office- the old, first one, reopened on his return- stood closed, the sign renovated and tacked up once more, and the early addendum, Gentleman, still asserting itself, firmly though modestly, beneath the new surface of repair. - "John March, Southerner", George W. Cable.
- In July 1820 Shelley wrote to Keats himself on the subject, furnishing almost the only addendum which could have been needed to the preceding remarks: " I have lately read your 'Endymion' again, and even with a new sense of the treasures of poetry it contains, though treasures poured forth with indistinct profusion." - "Life of John Keats", William Michael Rossetti.