catalogue[ kat-l-awg, -og ]SEE DEFINITION OF catalogue
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CATALOGUE
Once he got a catalogue from an installment house, and tried to hide it from her.
Simple as it appeared, the making of a catalogue took a long time.
No catalogue of American qualities and defects can exclude the trait of individualism.
Can any correspondent tell me where I can get a catalogue of birds' eggs?
A catalogue of engravers who have been born, or resided in England.
In vain he searched again through the catalogue of pardoned sinners.
Hold, Maria—what a catalogue of uncomfortable comforts have you run over.
You shall not tell me by languages and titles a catalogue of the volumes you have read.
Forgive me that I harass you with this catalogue of my misfortunes.
To be sure, she had told him a lie; but what was that in the catalogue of her offences?