What is another word for PSS?

Pronunciation: [pˌiːˌɛsˈɛs] (IPA)

PSS or Postscript is a term used in computing to refer to text added after the main body of a document. Some people might use synonyms like additional information, follow-up, afterthought, or supplementary text to convey the same meaning. The word appendix could also be used for material added at the end of a book or article. Other synonymous terms include addendum, codicil, annex, rider, coda, and attachment. These words help convey the idea that something is being added to the original information. The use of synonyms can often help to make a point or idea clear and understandable, no matter the context or audience.

What are the hypernyms for Pss?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Pss

Ryle and James, The PSS.
"The Makers and Teachers of Judaism"
Charles Foster Kent

Related words: PSS, PSI

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