Thesaurus / docketed
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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There were several receipts lying on his table, and he took them up, read each, and docketed it.
MAMMON AND CO.E. F. BENSON
Frequently they are docketed with titles of respect, and decked with the robes of office.
A BOOK ABOUT DOCTORSJOHN CORDY JEAFFRESON
They were docketed carefully on their ends with ink that had yellowed with age.
THE CORNER HOUSE GIRLS IN A PLAYGRACE BROOKS HILL
The third, and last letter is dated "October" and docketed "of my release."
RUPERT PRINCE PALATINEEVA SCOTT
I felt that I had been rubber-stamped, docketed and passed into oblivion.
PARADISE GARDENGEORGE GIBBS
"Miserable cowards," he said to himself, as he docketed the letters and put them away.
DR. WORTLE'S SCHOOLANTHONY TROLLOPE
The sanguine, and perhaps the nervous, are the classes of temperament under which the Egyptians must be docketed.
THE TREASURY OF ANCIENT EGYPTARTHUR E. P. B. WEIGALL
The work of the preceding term was laid in neat and docketed piles upon the low book-case.
Each Power had docketed every untrained man, knew his medical condition, where to find him, where and how to train him.
A GENERAL SKETCH OF THE EUROPEAN WARHILAIRE BELLOC
These she checked and docketed conscientiously, after entering their totals in a book marked "Household."
THE CREATORSMAY SINCLAIR