Definition of Postscripts

1. Noun. (plural of postscript) ¹



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Definition of Postscripts

1. postscript [n] - See also: postscript

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Postscripts

posts
postsale
postsaturation
postscandal
postscapula
postscapular
postscarcity
postscarlatinal
postscenium
postscientific
postscreening
postscript
postscripta
postscripted
postscripting
postscripts (current term)
postscriptum
postscutella
postscutellum
postseason
postseasons
postsecondary
postsecondary school
postsecondary schools
postsectarian
postseismic
postselected
postselection
postsemester
postserial

Literary usage of Postscripts

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1. Report of the Annual Meeting (1842)
"... 1841 ; with postscripts, containing the Observations of the same Disturbance made at the Magnetic Observatories of ..."

2. A century of printing. The issues of the press in Pennsylvania, 1685-1784 by Charles Swift R. Hildeburn (1885)
"3, 1739) to 1095 (from Thursday, Dec. 18 to Thursday, Dec. 25, 1740) four pages each, except 1079 and 1082 which contains six pages. There are "postscripts" ..."

3. Law of Wills, Executors and Administrators by James Schouler (1915)
"Codicils, or postscripts to Wills. A codicil is in modern practice a sort of postscript to a will, being an exposition of the testators afterthought.8 This ..."

4. Gossip about Letters and Letter-writers by George Seton (1870)
"Crossing and postscripts. It must, however, be admitted that, in addition to certain other blemishes, ladies' letters frequently exhibit two highly ..."

5. The Methods of Publishing: Addenda by Samuel Squire Sprigge, George Herbert Thring (1898)
"... postscripts si. A_s one result of exposing- certain facts in regard to agreements, a publisher who was referred to in these columns has so far modified ..."

6. Commercial Advertising: Six Lectures at the London School of Economics and by Thomas Russell (1919)
"... Mechanical devices—The writing of form-letters—The two important parts—The pronoun ' you '—postscripts—Form-letters in mail-order advertising. ..."

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