count[ kount ]SEE DEFINITION OF count
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR COUNT
"Count me in, please," said Blanche, in her usual vein of frankness.
Their weight was too great not to count, but it counted first this way and then that.
It was in fact a little way beyond what she had come to count her limit.
She says that her record of five years in your employ ought to count something in her favor.
Usually one might count on the woman's silence, her instinct for self-protection.
The king, her father, wishing her to come to him, sent for her by a Count.
I know also that there are some bad people, but they do not count.
The little points are all pretty, he thought, and it is the details that count in the long run.
In regard to each of these, the young man must count the cost.
I made him come—old grandfather, sleeping there: he does not count, but you—you!
mid-14c., from Old French conter "add up," but also "tell a story," from Latin computare (see compute). Related: Counted; counting. Modern French differentiates compter "to count" and conter "to tell," but they are cognates.