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Supplemental vs. Supplementary

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  • Supplemental (adjective)

    Acting to supplement.

  • Supplemental (adjective)

    Appending.

  • Supplemental (adjective)

    Lacking a regular schedule (as in a supplemental airline).

  • Supplemental (noun)

    Something that supplements or adds to.

  • Supplemental (noun)

    A requisition or article of legislation that provides additional funding for a program.

  • Supplementary (adjective)

    Additional; added to supply what is wanted.

  • Supplementary (noun)

    Something additional; an extra.

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  • Supplemental (adjective)

    provided in addition to what is already present or available to complete or enhance it

    "many premature infants need supplemental oxygen soon after birth"

  • Supplementary (adjective)

    completing or enhancing something

    "the development of databases supplementary to existing ones"

    "the programme offers supplementary information about the news"

  • Supplementary (noun)

    a supplementary person or thing.

  • Supplementary (noun)

    a question asked in parliament following the answer to a tabled one.

Oxford Dictionary
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Webster Dictionary
  • Supplemental (adjective)

    functioning in a subsidiary or supporting capacity;

    "the main library and its auxiliary branches"

  • Supplemental (adjective)

    added to complete or make up a deficiency;

    "produced supplementary volumes"

    "additional reading"

  • Supplementary (adjective)

    added to complete or make up a deficiency;

    "produced supplementary volumes"

    "additional reading"

  • Supplementary (adjective)

    functioning in a subsidiary or supporting capacity;

    "the main library and its auxiliary branches"

Princeton's WordNet

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