enumerate[ ih-noo-muh-reyt, ih-nyoo- ]SEE DEFINITION OF enumerate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ENUMERATE
But we cannot enumerate a tithe of the masterpieces of the British Encyclopædia.
He began to enumerate some of the things Keziah had told concerning the Hammond family.
The reason, or rather reasons, for my enthusiasm I will now enumerate.
One needs but to stop to enumerate the changes to realize how great this break was.
You enumerate one by one all the ingredients, and you disparage the total.
Enumerate all its charms and still there is something missing in your catalogue.
However, the decree contained in all a hundred clauses too tedious to enumerate.
Let me enumerate some of the problems I have encountered in teaching self-hypnosis.
He proceeded to enumerate all the benefits which would accrue to her; then paused.
Nebuchadnezzar himself does not enumerate Sin among the chief gods.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR ENUMERATE
- bring out
- chime in
- come out with
- give blow-by-blow
- give rundown
- set forth
- throw out