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noun as in score

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Julio pointed out to me that Alamar is at the top of the charts this year.

Moreover, as the above interview points out, Taylor Swift is the most popular artist on the charts today.

These comments are actually tame compared to the off-the-charts, scary chatter heard from the GOP last week.

The straight-up fear of a world in which disco singles consistently topping the charts was the new normal.

“The covers were always what was number one on the charts that week,” McKell recalled.

It was seen in the latitude and longitude of an island visited by Drake, marked in the old charts.

I think he will come through the Thoroughfare at this eastern end of Grand Island, which he must have studied out on the charts.

The place off which we anchored on the night of Tuesday, September 12th, was marked on the charts as Schapan.

Craney came one day with a bundle of charts, and he collected me and Kamelillo in a corner and spread his charts on the deck.

In sea charts and Manuals of Geography it is often marked 76° 50′.

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On this page you'll find 112 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to charts, such as: archive, brief, bulletin, calendar, cartulary, and classification.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.