Definition of extra :
1. A run, as from a bye, credited to the general score but not made from a hit.
2. An edition of a newspaper issued at a time other than the regular one.
3. Beyond what is due, usual, expected, or necessary; additional; supernumerary; also, extraordinarily good; superior; as, extra work; extra pay.
4. Something in addition to what is due, expected, or customary; esp., an added charge or fee, or something for which an additional charge is made.
5. Something in addition to what is due, expected, or customary; something in addition to the regular charge or compensation, or for which an additional charge is made; as, at European hotels lights are extras.
6. Something of an extra quality or grade.
trim, highly, free, redundant, duplication, particular, pleonastic, spare, very, increase, wasted, supernumerary, special, unnecessary, surplus, scanty, plain, unornamented, especial, eminently, exceedingly, exceptionally, most, peculiar, de trop, senseless, limited, bare, notably, unscheduled, duplicate, supererogatory, greatly, extremely, awful, unneeded, other, otiose, superfluous, dreadfully, awfully, tautologic, pointless, exceptional, purposeless, big, mighty, tautological, unembellished, excess, spear carrier
accompanying (part of speech: adjective)
accompaniment (part of speech: noun)
additional (part of speech: adjective)
assistant (part of speech: noun)
attorney, patsy, abettor, henchman, hireling, aide-de-camp, proxy, junior, backer, associate, acolyte, underling, functionary, flunky, ancillary, accessory, benefactor, auxiliary, attendant, accomplice, helpmate, adjunct, agent, helper, servant, deputy, aide, laborer, aider, stooge, minion, partner, subordinate, lieutenant, follower, assistant, chaperone, menial, second, employee
attached (part of speech: adjective)
- " Say," says I, " don't it keep me busy enough remindin' you that I'm still able to wear my own clothes, without puttin' on an extra hand?" - "Shorty McCabe", Sewell Ford.
- This meant five extra shillings in his pocket. - "The Delectable Duchy", Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch.
- And following David Bond's last visit to the stockade, had used extra precautions. - "The Plow-Woman", Eleanor Gates.