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Long before landing his current gig, Wheeler had itemized theatrical goals on his phone’s notes app.

He also itemized, with conviction, his administration’s top priorities for the coming year.

That’s true even if they take the standard deduction on their federal returns rather than itemizing deductions.

But the president could have chosen not to itemize his giving, or to give that money to the U.S. Treasury, as many people do.

Only about one-third of Americans itemize their deductions, and they are mostly the well off.

They tend to advantage wealthier taxpayers (who are more likely to itemize) and corporations.

I itemize what struck me as being their real, if unuttered trend.

In any report of a wedding, it is proper to itemize the plunder.

Don't keep spending money for a lot of things that you would hardly care to itemize in the account you send to Father.

The original method was to itemize all transactions in the ledger, but the present custom is to post the totals only.

So I propose allowing all taxpayers, whether they itemize or not, to deduct their charitable contributions.


On this page you'll find 46 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to itemize, such as: enumerate, catalog, circumstantiate, cite, count, and detail.

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