super- + add
superadd (third-person singular simple present superadds, present participle superadding, simple past and past participle superadded)
- (transitive) To add on top of a previous addition.
- 1843, Thomas Carlyle, Past and Present, book 2, ch. IX, Abbot Samson
- To our antiquarian interest in poor Jocelin and his Convent, where the whole aspect of existence, the whole dialect, of thought, of speech, of activity, is so obsolete, strange, long-vanished, there now superadds itself a mild glow of human interest for Abbot Samson […]
- 2007, Lex Newman The Cambridge companion to Locke's "Essay concerning human understanding"
- Locke's claim that God may superadd to matter a faculty of thinking allows us to usefully relabel our problem. . .
to add on top of a previous addition