an·nex /ə-'neks, 'a-ˌneks/ vt1: attach (2)correspondence annex ed to the petitiona greenhouse annex ed to the building2: to incorporate (as a territory) within a political domainthe district annex es only shards of 24 additional parishes — Hays v. Louisiana, 839 F. Supp. 1188 (1993)an·nex·ation /ˌa-nek-'sā-shən/ n
Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of Law. Merriam-Webster. 1996.
affix, append, attach, bind, bring together, combine, conjoin, connect, consolidate, fasten, fix, hold together, incorporate, interlink, intertwist, join, merge, put together, subjoin, supplement, unite
associated concepts: annex an exhibit, annex court papers, annex to a pleading, annexed writing, fixtures
accroach, appropriate, assume, assume ownership, confiscate, convert, disseise, distrain, expropriate, impound, seize, take over, take possession, take summarily, usurp
associated concepts: annex a territory
accrue (increase), acquire (secure), addendum, addition, adopt, affix, append, appropriate, appurtenance, assume (seize), attach (join), attach (seize), attachment (thing affixed), cement, codicil, combine (join together), compound, confiscate, conjoin, connect (join together), contact (touch), distrain, enlarge, impropriate, increase, join (bring together), juxtapose, occupy (take possession), offshoot, organ, preempt, seize (confiscate), sequester (seize property)
Burton's Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006
v.To add something to something else; to join; to unite.n.An addition to a building or document.
The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. Amy Hackney Blackwell. 2008.
v.1 To add, affix, or append as an additional or minor part to an already existing item, such as a document, building, or land.2 To attach as an attribute, condition, or consequence.
Webster's New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000.