postscript definition

  • noun:
    • an email appended after a letter following the journalist's signature.
    • more information appended to the manuscript, since a novel or article.
    • An addendum to a letter, added after the author’s trademark.
    • An addition to an account, play, etc.
    • A paragraph included with a letter after it really is determined and signed by the blogger; an addition designed to a book or composition following the main human anatomy associated with work has-been completed, containing anything omitted, or something like that brand-new happening toward author.
    • An addition built to a written or imprinted structure as an afterthought, or even to state a thing that has-been omitted.
    • additionally, a paragraph put into a letter that has recently been concluded and finalized by the blogger.
    • Abbreviated P. S.
    • a note appended to a letter following the signature
    • textual matter which added onto a publication; usually at the conclusion
  • verb:
    • to give (a letter etc.) with additional remarks.

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