(New American Roget's College Thesaurus)
1. list, catalog, beadroll, record, register, cadastre, registry, directory; tabulation, tally [sheet], file; tariff, schedule; menu; docket, calendar; waiting list, honor roll, hit parade; lineup, roll, muster [roll]; enrollment, roster, slate, checklist; census, statistics, poll, ballot; bill [of lading], invoice, ledger, inventory; table, index; catalogue raisonné; glossary, vocabulary; wordbook, lexicon, dictionary, thesaurus; syllabus; portfolio, prospectus, canon, synopsis; Domesday Book, Blue Book, Social Register, Who's Who; Yellow, Blue, or White Pages; active, black, retired, sick, etc. list; registration, registry; matriculation; job bank; leaderboard. Informal, laundry list. See class.
2. registrar, cataloger, indexer, tabulator; actuary, statistician; computer.
1. list, catalog, record, register, inventory; tally, file, tabulate; index, post, enter, set or jot down, inscribe; enroll, matriculate; itemize, schedule, chronicle; enumerate, rattle or reel off; blacklist.
2. list, incline, careen (see obliquity).
Adjectives — fair-trade, fixed, retail; inventorial.
Quotations — I've got a little list (W. S. Gilbert), History... is little more than the register of the crimes, follies, and misfortunes of mankind (Edward Gibbon).
(Roget's IV) n.
Syn. roll, record, catalog, register, inventory, schedule, listing, program, agenda, arrangement, enrollment, gazette, slate, archive, enumeration, itemization, draft, panel, brief, invoice, memorandum, account, outline, syllabus, tally, manifest, prospectus, bulletin, directory, roster, subscribers, census, muster, poll, ballot, table, table of contents, index, bibliography, menu, bill of fare, dictionary, glossary, lexicon, vocabulary, bill of lading, docket, shortlist, backlist, lineup, laundry list*; see also catalog , file 2 , index 2 , table 2 .
Syn.- list , the broadest in scope of these terms, applies to a series of items of any kind, no matter what the arrangement or purpose; catalog implies an extensive list that is methodically arranged and often contains descriptive information [ a mail-order catalog , the card catalog in a library ] ; an inventory is an itemized list of goods or property, esp. a list made periodically of the stock of a business; a register is a book, etc. in which names, events, or other items are formally or officially recorded [ a register of voters ] ; a roll is an official list of the members of a group, esp. as used for checking attendance v.
1. [To enter in a list]
Syn. set down, arrange, bill, catalogue, schedule, enter, note, place, chronicle, post, insert, classify, file, enroll, register, manifest, inscribe, tally, inventory, enumerate, record, index, calendar, tabulate, book, invoice, census, draft, poll, impanel, slate, docket, keep count of, run down, call the roll; see also file 1 , record 1 .
Ant. remove*, wipe out, obliterate.
2. [To cultivate with a lister]
Syn. cultivate, seed, prepare; see plow 1 .
3. [To lean]
Syn. pitch, slant, incline; see lean 1 .
(Roget's 3 Superthesaurus)
checklist, rundown, inventory, roll, roster, directory, tally, lineup, schedule, index, series, menu.
1. inventory record, tally, schedule, tabulate, itemize, note, post, index, record, file.
2. lean tilt, slant, incline, pitch, slope, tip.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) I verb 1. To name or specify one by one: enumerate, itemize, numerate, tick off. See COUNT, SPECIFIC. 2. To register in or as if in a book: book, catalog, enroll, inscribe, set down, write down. See REMEMBER. II verb To depart or cause to depart from true vertical or horizontal: cant1, heel2, incline, lean1, rake2, slant, slope, tilt, tip2. See STRAIGHT.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun A series, as of names or words, printed or written down: catalog, register, roll, roster, schedule. See REMEMBER.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) noun Deviation from a particular direction: cant1, grade, gradient, heel2, inclination, incline, lean1, rake2, slant, slope, tilt, tip2. See RISE, STRAIGHT.
(Roget's Thesaurus II) verb Archaic. To make an effort to hear something: hark, hearken, listen. Idiom: give (or lend) an ear. See SOUNDS.

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