View definitions for tabulation


Discover More

Example Sentences

I think in the immediacy we have to reckon with the fact that democracy, as we currently know it, is imperiled, in the sense that we need a wide swath of the public to have faith that votes are being counted and tabulated fairly.

Scientists questioned why the most effective results emerged from an apparent dosing error, and how datasets from multiple countries were combined and tabulated into the final results.

From Fortune

For voters tracking their ballots, official say it can take a while for ballots to go from “received” to “accepted” because of the tedious process of opening, canvassing and tabulating mail-in votes.

As part of the National Vital Statistics System, the National Center for Health Statistics then uses this information in various ways, such as tabulating the leading causes of death in the United States.

In Colorado, ballots can be scanned into the tabulating machine as part of processing.

And despite all the hand-wringing of recent years, our elections are still dependent upon unreliable methods of vote tabulation.

There is no answer to these figures, which are the result of the tabulation of many hundreds of thousands of cases.

A physician wrote me, taking me to task for listing among the cures reported in my tabulation a case of locomotor ataxia.

Different orders of tragedy might be classified on the same principle, so as to form a complete exhaustive tabulation of them.

Such is the principal outcome of the opinions embodied in the tabulation of Professor Rutot.

I reckon I might have been too aggregative in my tabulation.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tabulation, such as: summary, agenda, appendix, canon, catalogue, and chart.

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