Synonyms for jotting

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He stopped by Jeff Arnold, who was jotting down figures from the chrono.

Of one of these characteristic tanks I have made a jotting in colour.

I made a jotting from recollection, so I will put it in here.

She had seated herself at the desk and was jotting down a note of her duties.

It is enough, mademoiselle, said Smithers, jotting down notes.

He spent the entire morning in jotting down ideas as they came to him.

“Just so,” said Tipps, jotting down with a pencil on the back of a letter.

They heard her to the end, jotting down the directions for finding her treasure.

Kettlewell ran it down quickly and she nodded, jotting notes.

The adjutant is jotting down the list of casualties in his note-book.

WORD ORIGIN

"to make a short note of," 1721, from jot (n.). Related: Jotted; jotting.

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nounlisting in a record
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