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Tabulate   /tˈæbjəlˌeɪt/   Listen
Tabulate

verb
(past & past part. tabulated; pres. part. tabulating)
1.
Arrange or enter in tabular form.  Synonyms: table, tabularise, tabularize.
2.
Shape or cut with a flat surface.






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"Tabulate" Quotes from Famous Books



... hand. Under her gentle caresses he stood very still, and when she stooped before him, as she did presently, bringing her eyes upon a level with his own, he gazed into them very frankly and earnestly, as if gauging this person, as he had seemed to tabulate all other things, some day to make good use of his knowledge. After a ...
— Bred of the Desert - A Horse and a Romance • Marcus Horton

... you took such a fancy to them. Of course we have not had time to make acquaintance with many of them yet. And Jessie has become so engrossed with the Captain's theological books that I can't tear her away from them. At first she began to inspect their contents with a view to tabulate them and help the captain, but she gets so deep in them that she forgets time altogether, and I have often found her, after having been several hours in the library, sitting there poring over a huge ...
— The Young Trawler • R.M. Ballantyne

... encircled by its ring of coral rock! Leaving locomotive frequenters of the calcarious basin out of the question, we may ask, Was direct creation after the dying out of its result as a "rugose coral" repeated to constitute the succeeding and superseding "tabulate coral"? Must we also invoke the miraculous power to initiate every distinct species of both rugosa and tabulata? These grand old groups have had their day and are utterly gone. When we endeavour to conceive or realise such mode of origin, not of them only but ...
— The World's Greatest Books - Volume 15 - Science • Various

... clubs, and alliances, for the enjoyment of life, for study and research, for education, and so on, which have lately grown up in such numbers that it would require many years to simply tabulate them, are another manifestation of the same everworking tendency for association and mutual support. Some of them, like the broods of young birds of different species which come together in the autumn, are entirely given to share in common the joys of life. Every village in this country, ...
— Mutual Aid • P. Kropotkin

... immediately useful. This is a much more difficult matter than the words imply. If one of you should be so fortunate as to be ordered to make certain tests almost like those you have already conducted here, or to tabulate the results of tests as you have done it here, or to make inspections akin to those which have been fully explained here, there is every probability the work would be done satisfactorily in the first instance. But let a much simpler ...
— Scientific American Supplement, No. 623, December 10, 1887 • Various

... it was not easy to tabulate what had been achieved, as the fact that women could not make open confession without incurring the gravest penalties kept the missionaries ignorant of the effect of their work. But Mary saw behind the veil; she knew quiet women whose souls looked out of their eyes, and ...
— Mary Slessor of Calabar: Pioneer Missionary • W. P. Livingstone



Words linked to "Tabulate" :   arrange, shape, tabulation, set, form



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