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See definition of logbook on Dictionary.com
  • as inlog
  • as inaccount book
  • as incalendar
  • as indaybook

synonyms for logbook

  • chart
  • diary
  • journal
  • account
  • book
  • daybook
  • listing
  • register
  • tally
  • balance sheet
  • daybook
  • journal
  • ledger
  • register
  • book of account
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How to use logbook in a sentence

As the attendant gained more seniority, he had access to the department’s logbook, which had been signed by Kennedy.
RONALD J. OSTROW, DEEPLY SOURCED JUSTICE DEPT. REPORTER FOR L.A. TIMES, DIES AT 89MATT SCHUDELJUNE 17, 2021WASHINGTON POST
Then, all of a sudden, “the logbooks start talking about these really dramatic changes in whale behavior.”
SPERM WHALES HAVE A SURPRISINGLY DEEP—AND USEFUL—CULTUREELLIE SHECHETMARCH 19, 2021POPULAR-SCIENCE
There was no explanation in the group home’s logbook as to how it happened.
THEY MADE A REVOLUTIONARY SYSTEM TO PROTECT PEOPLE WITH DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES. NOW IT’S FALLING APART.BY AMY SILVERMAN FOR ARIZONA DAILY STARDECEMBER 12, 2020PROPUBLICA
Some trifle, probably the logbook which Davies had reached down from the shelf, called her attention to the rest of our library.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
They look casually at the shelf among other things—examine the logbook, say—and he manages to push his own book out of sight.
THE RIDDLE OF THE SANDSERSKINE CHILDERS
How they cherished her figurehead and exhibited her logbook!
YANKEE SHIPS AND YANKEE SAILORS: TALES OF 1812JAMES BARNES
The skipper solemnly read to me an entry in the Official Logbook to the effect that on the night of ——, in lat.
THE LOG OF A SEA-WAIFFRANK T. BULLEN
The distribution of certain whales as shown by logbook records of American whaleships.
WHALES, DOLPHINS, AND PORPOISES OF THE WESTERN NORTH ATLANTICSTEPHEN LEATHERWOOD
He gave Tom a receipt for the list of the equipment that had been removed from the ship and signed the logbook.
ON THE TRAIL OF THE SPACE PIRATESCAREY ROCKWELL
Tom clambered down the ladder from the radar bridge and immediately noted the time of arrival in the logbook.
SABOTAGE IN SPACECAREY ROCKWELL
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WORDS RELATED TO LOGBOOK

  • balance sheet
  • book of account
  • daybook
  • journal
  • ledger
  • logbook
  • register
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