Antonyms for inventoried

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As soon as a man was arrested for heresy, his property was sequestrated and inventoried.

I sat here with them a great while, while my books were inventoried.

Because Maffitt died intestate, his estate was inventoried and appraised.

As soon as the door was shut, she rose very calmly, and inventoried the property.

He refused to plead, was condemned to prison for life, and his goods were inventoried.

Humpy inventoried his belongings, but could think of nothing but a revolver that seemed a suitable gift for Shaver.

It must not be supposed that I inventoried all these things on the spot as fully as I have here written them down.

The rest of the articles I conveyed to my burrow for safety's sake, and there being a methodical man, I inventoried them.

When the accused was arrested, all his visible possessions were simultaneously sequestrated and inventoried.

Very important was the act of 1705, which provided that a slave might be inventoried as real estate.