Advertisement - Continue reading below

Definition of "annexed" []

  • Simple past tense and past participle of annex. (verb) : Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License

Use "annexed" in a sentence
  • "One night our Special Artist accompanied the scouting party, of which the annexed is an Illustration, twelve miles into the enemy's country."
  • "Then, as if ashamed of his weakness, he leaned from the carriage window, and forced himself to gaze on the towers and massive battlements. — “How little of happiness,” exclaimed he, “does the title annexed to this bold edifice bestow on its possessor!"
  • "It may be true that, according to Freddoso, Obama dismissed the slogan “Yes we can” as “vapid and mindless” when it was first proposed to him, in 2004, but he liked it well enough in 2008, and then came the null emptiness of the phrase — the audacity of hope — that he annexed from a windy sermon by Jeremiah Wright."