enumeration

[ US /ɪˌnumɝˈeɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /ɪnjˌuːməɹˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. a numbered list
  2. the act of counting; reciting numbers in ascending order
    the counting continued for several hours
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How To Use enumeration In A Sentence

  • And a charming old expression (sadly, not used anymore): "Et caetera pantoufle" or "Etc. pantoufle" used to end an enumeration. Characters
  • According to the state enumeration taken September 22, 1855, there were 77 Shakers in the Tyringham society.
  • Does she think this enumeration is an adequate summation of the essence of her day? "Bessie, Nephanie"
  • With a wife and two grown up daughters who must be concerned at the level of vitriol thrown at their breadwinner, has he ever considered packing it all in, his lucrative renumeration apart?
  • Next in enumeration we have 988,721 of Irish origin, another grievance for Ireland! Our National Equipment
  • No; large institutions are not, so far as I am aware, subject to the First Amendment; unless we are talking about governmental institutions, in which case their separate enumeration is unnecessary. A New Weapon Against Freedom and ID: Volksverhetzung
  • As a student, Telegdi often raised quite a stir with his emotionally charged attempts to raise student interest in issues such as housing and enumeration.
  • An inductive inference machine produces, from any enumeration of a partial function, a certain output sequence of numbers.
  • A typical example of such an enumeration appears in the homiletical midrash collection Pesikta de-Rav Kahana 20.1. Infertile Wife in Rabbinic Judaism.
  • To assign an arbitrary value to a variable of an enumeration type is to introduce a high risk for errors.
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