Annexure



Chiefly British. something annexed or appended; an or supplement.
Historical Examples

The note, annexure No. 2, regulates the details of these measures.
World’s War Events, Volume III Various

noun

something annexed; also called annex
Examples

Annexure is a term substituted in some legal documents for Appendix.
Word Origin

annex and ‘-ure’ meaning action or process

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