subjoining


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Notice, moreover, that, being adjectives, few and little have comparative congeners, fewer and less, which are formed by subjoining an adjective to a comparator, and this is reflected in their morphology.
Burroughs went beyond an aversion to capitalist America by subjoining that "America is not a young land: it is old and dirty and evil before the settlers, before the Indians." Burroughs does not, of course, get far beyond the Old Testament in such a banal remark as that.
It is worth subjoining that Johnson knew enough to begin his commentary on A Comedy of Errors by noting that its plot is taken from the Menaechmi; cf.