noun as in count, record
It’s a sickeningly high number, but it’s also the first time the tally has dropped below 1 million since March.
Alexander Lukashenko, the 26-year-and-counting president of Belarus, won his country’s recent elections with a final tally of 80 percent of the vote.
Lyon is reasonably well organized in defense, but it is outperforming its expected goals against tally so far, suggesting that something’s got to give eventually.
While there’s no official tally, it’s reasonable to say that millions of algorithmically proctored tests are happening every month around the world.
Scores joined him, and the tally of militants in Kashmir doubled from 150 to 300.
But right now, if we were to put out an aggregated tally for 2014, it would be way off the mark.
They examined every “poll list, tally sheet, certificate of result, and, where necessary, each ballot.”
Together, the missiles and airstrikes cost at least $79 million to pull off, according to a Daily Beast tally.
Though a recount is likely, Grothman had a 215-vote lead in the initial tally.
When that show ended, did you think that would be it for your trophy tally?
He keeps the tally, and he says that never were so many altars as to-day, and the fire-carriage serves them well.
Vigilant priests were always ready to extinguish systems which could not be made to tally with their interests.
Then Crozier called with a great, cheery voice—what Mona used to call his tally-ho voice.
But, alas, how many Presidents they have to have in these Spanish republics to round out the tally with Destiny!
I'm on to run a tally for most things; but—how much do you make it?
On this page you'll find 110 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to tally, such as: poll, total, account, mark, reckoning, and score.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.