[ US /ˈkætəɫɔɡ/ ]
  1. a book or pamphlet containing an enumeration of things
    he found it in the Sears catalog
  2. a complete list of things; usually arranged systematically
    it does not pretend to be a catalog of his achievements
  1. make a catalogue, compile a catalogue
    She spends her weekends cataloguing
  2. make an itemized list or catalog of; classify
    He is cataloguing his photographic negatives
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How To Use catalog In A Sentence

  • She was carrying her overnight case and a basket of dried flowers-statice, strawflower, and immortelle in the pastel colors referred to in seed catalogues as "art shades": fawn, apricot, mauve, and pale yellow. Incubus
  • Almost all of them were familiar with some online catalogue.
  • Unlike anything else in his catalog, Aura is a ten-part suite composed by Danish flugelhornist Palle Mikkelbourg as a tribute. Fulldls.com
  • In 1860 £2-10-0 was voted for the purchase of Gaelic books; the catalogue of 1865 contained 25 titles.
  • Nevertheless, CNN has talked to a "language analyst" who gets paid to "[analyze and catalogue] trends in word usage and word choice and their impact on culture," and they report that Obama was too "professorial," and now America is at grave risk of not passing its midterm exams on the oil spill. Obama Oil Spill Speech Criticized By CNN's Language Analyst For Not Being Moronic Enough [UPDATE]
  • Mr Fothergill's 1991 seed catalogue includes a fully functional model which has a traditional iron wheel and is priced at £179.
  • In the course of the summer, I came across several offered for sale in plantsmen's catalogues which I simply had to have.
  • Sales catalogues are often heavily financed by these sorts of rebates and discounts.
  • Morris Goldsworth came out of the central room accompanied by a well-suited, ponderous young man in his twenties, marking his catalogue. WHISTLER IN THE DARK
  • The work of the Hard-Edge painters, their first collective exhibition catalog in 1959 asserted, runs counter to a widespread contemporary belief in the primary value of emotion and intuition in esthetic experience … the [Hard-Edge painter] is not preoccupied with art as an opportunity to make autobiographical statements. California Cool
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