noun (always in italics or abbreviated)
- (rare, or, stilted) write, Written afterwards; appended. Abbreviated as p.s., P.S. or PS.
Etymology: postscriptumLatin, postscriptum
- 1827, M. Corbett, The odd volume, containing a letter purporting to be from King James VI of Scotland to Sandie Fotheringhame, Laird o'Powrie, signed: James, R. . Postscriptum. -- Scotland for ever! The Dane's beneath the table, and Rab's on the tap o't, blawing like the deevil.
- 1900, Honoré de Balzac, Anatole Cerfberr, La Comédie Humaine: Now for the First Time Completely Translated Into English - This confidence so daintily tossed to the baron, in the fashion of a , was evidently the compensation for five thousand francs.
- 2004, L G Aslamazov, A A Varlamov, The Wonders Of Physics - Postscriptum for taxpayers: After having started with the high-temperature thriller we turned to applications of conventional superconductors.
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