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tallied

adjective as in calculated

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Although no official tally exists, studies indicate that at least 10 million workers lost their insurance but that about two-thirds of them found alternative coverage—through a new job, Medicaid, a spouse’s or parent’s plan, or the ACA marketplaces.

From Fortune

The stronger-than-expected tally suggests the economic recovery may still be intact, though it also marked another slowdown in monthly job growth.

From Fortune

It’s an important service that greatly speeds up our knowledge of who’s won what, without having to wait for the final tally from state authorities, which in some cases can take a while to count.

From Vox

Those awaiting the outcome of the vote tally in the remaining swing states may be biting their nails this week, but investors are nothing but euphoric.

From Fortune

The remaining vote tallies from the counties around Atlanta, which is a Democratic stronghold, have yet to be counted.

The Daily Beast has tallied up a rough estimate of the cost of the initial air trikes in Syria.

The actual loss, in both spilled tanks and barrels, cannot be tallied yet.

Last week, the U.S. Department of Agriculture tallied up the costs of raising a child born in 2013.

In 2013, TSA tallied up a total of 1,813 firearms—nearly five per day—most of which were loaded.

Every campaign has a moment or two that is recalled long after the votes are tallied.

There were, then, some streaks of good-natured worldliness which tallied with Christian duty.

His statement was consistent with that of all the others, moreover it tallied with all that Jan Boom had told me.

From one detective to another he went, giving the description, and inquiring if any could say who tallied in appearance with it.

The thing was tried several times in succession, and every time the movement of the finger tallied the playing of the music.

But the report tallied with my own surmise, for they had used the word "Dover" when they left us for dead in the Wilderness.

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tallied, such as: determined, computed, estimated, figured, and reckoned.

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

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