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 for Annex
From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Annex \An*nex"\, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Annexed; p. pr. & vb. n.
     Annexing.] [F. annexer, fr. L. annexus, p. p. of annectere
     to tie or bind to; ad + nectere to tie, to fasten together,
     akin to Skr. nah to bind.]
     1. To join or attach; usually to subjoin; to affix; to
        append; -- followed by to. "He annexed a codicil to a
        will." --Johnson.
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     2. To join or add, as a smaller thing to a greater.
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              He annexed a province to his kingdom. --Johnson.
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     3. To attach or connect, as a consequence, condition, etc.;
        as, to annex a penalty to a prohibition, or punishment to
        guilt.
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     Syn: To add; append; affix; unite; coalesce. See Add.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Annex \An*nex"\, v. i.
     To join; to be united. --Tooke.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 :

  Annex \An*nex"\, n. [F. annexe, L. annexus, neut. annexum, p. p.
     of annectere.]
     Something annexed or appended; as, an additional stipulation
     to a writing, a subsidiary building to a main building; a
     wing.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) :

  annex
      n 1: an addition that extends a main building [syn: annex,
           annexe, extension, wing]
      v 1: take (territory) as if by conquest; "Hitler annexed
           Lithuania"
      2: attach to

From Moby Thesaurus II by Grady Ward, 1.0 :

  177 Moby Thesaurus words for "annex":
     L, abstract, accession, accessory, accompaniment, accroach,
     acquire, add, addenda, addendum, additament, addition, additive,
     additory, additum, adjoin, adjunct, adjuvant, affix, agglutinate,
     anchor, and, annexation, appanage, append, appendage, appendant,
     appropriate, appurtenance, appurtenant, arm, arrogate, associate,
     attach, attachment, augment, augmentation, bag, belay, block,
     boost, borrow, burden, cabbage, cement, cinch, clamp, clinch, coda,
     collar, collectivize, commandeer, communalize, communize,
     complement, complicate, concomitant, confiscate, conjoin, connect,
     continuation, cop, corollary, cramp, crib, decorate, defraud,
     distrain, ell, embezzle, encumber, engraft, expropriate, extension,
     extort, extrapolation, fasten, filch, fix, fixture, gain, garnish,
     get at, get hold of, glom on to, glue on, grab, graft, grapple,
     have, hitch on, hook, impound, impress, increase, increment, infix,
     join, join with, knit, land, lay hands on, levy, lift, link,
     make fast, make off with, moor, nationalize, nip, obtain, offshoot,
     ornament, palm, paste on, pendant, pick up, pilfer, pinch, plus,
     poach, postfix, preempt, prefix, press, procure, purloin, put to,
     put with, reinforcement, replevin, replevy, run away with, rustle,
     saddle with, screw up, scrounge, secure, seize, sequester,
     sequestrate, set, set to, shoplift, side effect, side issue,
     slap on, snare, snatch, snitch, socialize, steal, subjoin, suffix,
     superadd, superpose, supplement, swindle, swipe, tack on, tag,
     tag on, tailpiece, take, take on, take over, take possession,
     take up, thieve, tighten, trice up, trim, undergirding, unite,
     unite with, walk off with, wing
  
  

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