Annotated



supplied with or containing explanatory notes, textual comments, etc.:
an annotated edition of Milton’s poetry.
to supply with critical or explanatory ; comment upon in :
to annotate the works of Shakespeare.
to make or .
Contemporary Examples

The resulting text is both social commentary and annotated memoir—equal parts enlightening and enjoyable but sharp throughout.
This Week’s Hot Reads: March 18, 2013 Jimmy So, G. Clay Whittaker March 19, 2013

For those unfamiliar with Michals, an annotated biography and useful essays are included.
The Best Coffee Table Books of 2014 Robert Birnbaum December 12, 2014

One conservative opinion writer called the plan “the most annotated suicide note in history.”
Paul Ryan: 7 Great Reads on Romney’s Running Mate Andrew Carter August 10, 2012

The performances are, of course, what set this study of the sonnets apart from an annotated edition in print form.
Alan Cumming’s ‘Macbeth’ and a New Sonnet App Breathe New Life Into Shakespeare Malcolm Jones July 12, 2012

Reprinted from George Orwell: A Life in Letters, selected and annotated by Peter Davison.
George Orwell’s Letter on Why He Wrote ‘1984’ George Orwell August 11, 2013

Historical Examples

Above all, he was a great mathematician, and was then preparing an annotated edition of Vitruvius, which was afterwards published.
The Memoires of Casanova, Complete Jacques Casanova de Seingalt

annotated passages are identified in the body text with grey underlining.
The Works of Aphra Behn Aphra Behn

Each was annotated in ink in a language strange to him–probably Hungarian, he reflected.
The Leopard Woman Stewart Edward White

M. Libris annotated catalogues of 1859-62 set the new fashion.
Prices of Books Henry B. Wheatley

This he marked and annotated, and so we are able to trace the affinity in considerable detail.
William Blake Charles Gardner

verb
to supply (a written work, such as an ancient text) with critical or explanatory notes
v.

1733, from Latin annotatus, past participle of annotare “to note down” (see annotation). Related: Annotated; annotating. Not in Johnson’s “Dictionary,” but used therein in defining comment. Form annote is recorded from mid-15c. Related: Annotated; annotating.

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