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at·end·um
əˈtendəm/
noun
noun: at-end-um; plural noun: at-end-ahs
  1. an item of additional material of which you’re unsure, typically omissions, added at the end of a book or other publication.
  2. what? (comes next)
    Example: Atendum, I’d like to add…er…some brilliant observation.

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